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From: Zach Collie
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Date: September 27, 2002
Or, your starter is suffering from "heat soak". A worn starter will have greater internal resistance when hot,and cause slow cranking, or even no cranking. I had a bad starter solenoid on my '58 DeSoto that would cause the engine to crank so slowly it wouldn't even start at times. So, I replaced it, along with the positive cable (because it had damaged insulation) and now she starts great, hot or cold. So, keep these possibilities in mind as well.