Since I've had my 360DA I've had intermittent starting problems. Even seen on the sea trial. The previous owners mechanic "addressed" issue, by some random thing that really didn't do anything. At first I thought it was the neutral switch, so I wasn't overly concerned, but the last couple of outings it has seemed to have gotten a little worse. It is always the first start of the day, once it has fired, the rest of the weekend is no problem. Here's the deal: (I'm already expecting a corroded ground somewhere, but I'm hoping someone here can point me in the right direction.) Sometimes it's the starboard, sometimes it's the port. When I push the start switch, I hear a solenoid click but nothing happens. Yesterday it was the starboard. I hear the click but no spinning starter. I hold the start switch down and move the shift lever for and aft a touch and can hear the solenoid click on and off so I am fairly confident it is not the neutral switch. I got down in the engine room and have my wife cycle the switch and determine it is the slave solenoid (up on the top of the engine) that is clicking. Usually I turn everything off (key, breaker down in the cabin), turn every thing back on, mash the starter switch a few times and boom, starts right up. If you read thru all that, you finally made it to THE QUESTIONS: How is that slave switch related to the actual starter solenoid? (connected in series?) What is the actual starting sequence of events? Does the slave solenoid trigger a solenoid at the starter. Since it seems like some possible corrosion, where is the most likely area to look? Starter battery connections? (A brief glance yesterday, looked fairly clean, my engine room is fairly clean as well.) PS, It did finally start up yesterday, when the starter does turn, it cranks with authority and spins the motor quickly.