Thanks for your replies. I Solved the issue.
I measured and had 12 volts to the starter but when jumping the
solinoid to starter motor nothing happened even though they told me the
starter was fine.
So I decided to check current. Since i didnt have a current meter, I
took a jumper cable to POS on battery and lightly touched the starter
All i got was a tiny little spark. This told me I had a ground issue to
I traced the ground from the battery and found the one bolted to the
engine was not tight.
I snugged it up about 1 and 1/2 turns and bingo, the starter would
I'm glad on this one all I was out was the Tow charge:)