No, Mr. Lemmywinks, No!!!
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Harriman, TN
A straight resistance test will not reveal corroded wires, you need to do a voltage drop test.
Exactly; an ohm or volt meter doesn't draw enough current to see the problem.
Clipping a voltmeter to the starter power connections, and holding it so you can see it when you crank it will tell you a whole lot more.
If it drops a bunch, measure the other end at the battery and megafuse connections; keep getting closer to the battery until it disappears.
If it does it at the battery, charge it overnight and try again.
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