Well... it's a new week, and I have a new problem. I'm still trying to get my 1980 Spitfire (federal) started. It was turning over, but it's decided to stop doing that, bless its heart. One moment it was working, the next moment, nothing. I can hear the solenoid click, but nothing else that is supposed to be happening is happening. I tried the test where I touched a screw driver to the positive posts on the solenoid while the car was on, and the starter didn't turn over, which I understand means my solenoid is good. I thought it might be the battery getting drained, since it's not charging with the alternator. So I charged it, and that doesn't seem to be the problem. I removed the starter and had it tested, and it worked well on the tester. It's a new battery and new cables and my multimeter says that my ground is grounding. But... nothin'. The really weird part is that the positive and negative leads from the battery -- the thick ones that go to the engine block, solenoid, and starter -- all jump just a bit when I try to turn it over, and they feel warm. So... huh?