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Old 08-22-2006, 05:59 PM   #11
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Originally posted by RedDevilST
So wouldn't this long cranking problem, mine does it too just I just leave the ignition in pos 2 for a few seconds before starting, cause starters to fail prematurely?
I can't see how. You're not actually cranking the starter over, and pos 2 (if you mean the second click) is where the key sits during normal operation anyways. If you mean the second position as in the first click then it's just accessory power.
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