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Do you have power to any of the fuses at the fuse panel with the key on?
So I found the problem with the OBD link. There was not a fuse in the darn thing. I think someone pulled it out and used it else where. I had to get a schematic for the fuse panel because they were missing. Anyways so... Got the OBD port working with the fuse and when I did that the indicator lights came on. Everything started working except the car still didn't start. Then I left the key on for a few minutes came back to find that all the indicator lights were off again. Turned the key off then back on still nothing. Pulled the IPC/BFC ACC 10A (bottom right) and put it back in and it all came back. Full tank of gas and everything. When the indicator lights stopped working again the OBD port was still working. Just nothing on the cluster. I'm still going to run the procedure you gave me to make sure I have the correct voltages where needed. I guess the question I have is would any of this cause the car not to run? The only 2 codes that were picked up from the scan was the TPS and the MAP only because I unplugged them to test them. The TPS ended up being bad so I replaced it. ALL fuses in the panel have power. I don't know how much yet but they all have power.