Did you check the big fuse in the trunk? Did you check your battery voltage with the light on? Did you check all the fuses in the underhood fuse block? If the fuel pump isn't coming on you are not getting the crank signal from the BCM...
Big fuse in trunk is good. Battery voltage may be low now but was good while checking, I will recharge and check to make sure it is up to par before proceeding with further tests (or install another battery). All fuses underhood fuse block are good.
Sounds like I need to look into why I am not getting crank signal from the BCM, suggestions where to start there? Weird why I get 12 volts from signal wire to starter when unplugged from starter but 0 when plugged into starter. Also when I check voltage at the crank relay plug (with relay unplugged), in order standing from front of car this is what I get.....
top left = @2-3 volts(?), top right = 12V, bottom left = nothing (I believe that is the signal wire to the starter), bottom right = ground
top left = @9-10volts(?), top right = 12V, bottom left = nothing (if this is signal going to starter then relay would have to be plugged in to get something here), bottom right = ground
I also checked all of the above with the relay installed but left up just enough I could get the pins of meter on the relay pins and got the same as above with the exception of the bottom left in the start position....I would get the 12V on the bottom left in the start position as long as the signal wire was unplugged from the starter. As soon as I would plug the wire back in to starter I would get 0 volts on this pin.
That baffles me....why would just plugging that wire in to the starter cause it to show 0V but when unplugged it shows 12V?
Thanks for your help with this matter Coby7!