Originally Posted by 2046fan
Do you think it's a starter issue though?
I'd have the cranking amps/cold cranking amps tested on your battery or check for a loose or dirty connection on the battery before I'd replace the starter. I'm sure most part stores will test your battery for free - it's better to have it tested in the vehicle because most good testers will detect bad connections even if they look good, because some "bad connections" can actually be an internal problem with the battery if a post connection is cracked or corroded. Takes all of two minutes to test battery/starter/alternator with the proper tester.