Originally Posted by Dark_Horse
I had the battery checked already just in case I was good to go there. I will pull the starter and get it bench tested. Would it be possible for water to get into the starter and freeze? I have been through my fair share of deep water holes this year..lol
Yes it is possible for water to get in there and freeze. I have experienced this before. But first ensure your cables and connections are good. If so, try rapping the starter with a dead blow hammer. If she starts up, replace the starter. If this works, the brushes are likely worn out and the "jostling" from the hammer will allow good enough temporary contact for the starter to work.