Thanks for the replies. I found a you tube video and at 16:45 into the video it shows how to test the cables and starter, selenoid.
All test were good except one. With the remote trigger switch hooked up, one meter lead connected to the negative battery terminal and the other meter lead touching the metal end cap of the starter, the meter was not supposed to show no more than .2v when I pushed in the remote switch. Instead the meter reading was 10.5v.
I am going to tap on the starter with the remote switch hooked up and also jump out between the selenoid trigger connection and the positve battery to see if it will crank over. It looks to me to be the sarter/selenoid. Another video below on how to replace the starter/selenoid and mentions tools needed to do the job.
Thanks for helping