Hey guys, im having troubles starting the car, but I dont think its the starter. I have a 93 coupe, 1.6 SOHC. Starter the car up, and it did fine to work. Went to leave, and it wouldnt crank at all. Not even a click. I figured it was the starter, so I got a new one. That sure as hell didnt work! Ive taken it apart and metered the starter wire (Black/white) past the switch, and it shows 12V when cranking. From what I see, that wire runs direct to a plug, then to through the firewall to the engine harness. The weird part, when I meter the wire at the plug (driver side plug to engine harness) with the same color wire, I get a VERY low current ground when cranking. I go further and check the wire at the starter (little male connector), and again, low current ground. I dont understand! Does anyone know if this runs through a relay after is leaves the switch but before it plugs into the engine harness? If not, what could it be? Im about out of options, but I need it fixed. If anyone has a test light and can test the little black plug on the starter (not the 12V) and tell me if its a high current ground a 12V or Reverse Polarity, I would GREATLY appreicate it. Thanks ALOT!!!