After lurking for months I have picked up an '82 bj42 and finally have something to post. Too bad it's not something sexy like flexy suspension or glossy paint. After push starting the truck and driving it home I now have a starting problem to deal with sitting in my parking stall. I've installed a rebuilt starter from Toyota (I thought $260 was a good price) after bench testing my old one proved that it wasn't working. I also decided to replace the batteries since the terminals were corroding away with the rest of the truck. I cleaned all grounds while I was at it. Now... I've got what sounds like the starter relay rapidly clicking when I turn the key to start the truck. I'm assuming that's the next best place to track down a problem. There is 24V going to the starter motor from the battery. If there isn't 24V at the small wire going to the starter when the key is turned to "start" then I'm assuming that something is wrong with the starter relay or the wiring connecting to it. Am I talking crazy or missing something simple?