Been sitting overnight. Cranks, won't start. No codes. No clicking. Just cranks and doesn't start. If the fuel pump portion of the PCM circuitry was failing, it seems to have failed for the last time, I'm guessing.Getting back to your last video & relating that to my last post, I believe you said that your fuel pump relay was clicking. So going back to that relay tutorial, that a clicking relay could mean: 1) a bad relay, 2) bad constant ground for relay, or 3) bad quality of power to the switched side of the realy (which could be a result of bad wiring, or bad component that controls relay (meaning fuel pump itself or PCM).
Looking at the schematic (that I have) for the fuel pump system, it is wayyyyy simpler than the schematic for the engine control system. Starting at your fuel pump & going backwards, it connects to your PCM via the fuel pump relay, a 20A fuse & a 10A fuse. According to the schematic I am looking at, that all you've got: a relay, 2 fuses, & the PCM.
See where I am going with that?