Re: Starting Problem
I have had this same problem. Check the wires carefully. If there is any doubt, replace them ALL. They are the cheapest part. Corrosion can reduce the amperage necessary to operate the starter properly and it can be invisable until you cut the wire apart. My suggestion is to replace the wires first. You should also use a spray type sealer and the felt rings to prevent future corrosion.
The last time I had this problem, I used 1 gage welding wire. It is much heavier, and finer copper wires it has a heavy black shielding (unlike normal wires). I bought mine for about $1 per foot at a welding shop. You will also need to buy the copper terminals to bolt to your starter and relay. They need to be crimped on and sealed with silicon to prevent corrosion. It is much cheaper and works much better than the 6 gage wires common to most parts dealers.
Hope this helps,