Went to head to work this evening and the bus wouldn’t crank over. I’ve been battling a bad wiring ground that has been causing my battery to drain. However, that did not seem to be the issue this time around. Hooking up the battery jumper pack and also swapping out the battery with one I knew was charged up did not help. I began thinking back to the summer days when I would have this same issue because of the hot-start scenario. Even though it was 35 degrees out, I slid under the bus and gave the start and solenoid a quick tap with the hammer. Turned the key over, and it started right up. Not sure whats up with that. I’m going to try and take a better look this weekend and make sure all the wiring is nicely applied. I need to check the groundings under there as well.