It could be. I guess I assumed you had a charger with a “jump” feature like mine. If the battery sat in a drained condition for very long, it’ll never charge back to a full state. The best it’ll do is about a half charge. If you put a multimeter on it, you’d have your answer. You can always take the battery out and have it tested, usually free.
If it is a starter, it would kill a battery real fast by drawing way too many amps to try and turn over when it is gunked up with corrosion.
94mm bbk, +4 stroker, Hot Cams, Vertex piston, FMF Power Bomb header and Power Core can, KW black diamond valves/dual springs, FCR39, K&N, Elka long-travel LT fronts and rear, Houser +3, +3/4 LT A-arms, American Star pro xs chromoly tie rods, Dyna non-programable, Tusk +3 axle.
Last edited by jetmech25; 06-28-2019 at 07:32 PM.