O.k.,these lead to the wires I posted above.
When these are bypassed this sends a resistance signal that is correct to the central control module (CCM).The CCM then energizes the starter relay with a ground to allow cranking/starting of the vehicle.When you bypassed the key chip you want to make sure you are at the exact same resistance within maybe 20 ohms difference or the bypass would not have worked.
If you did get this info the correct resistance range but still have no starter engagement most likely the CCM is not sending a ground to energize the starter relay.To bypass this you would need to provide a ground source to this relay as well as a signal to the ECM to allow fuel injectors to operate as the CCM controls the fuel enable circuit as well.This can be tough to do in some cases.
You would need to supply a ground to the starter enable relay with the key on on the black wire with yellow stripe at terminal 2 at this relay.You would also need to supply a ground to the dark blue wire at the ECM on terminal B6 in the ecm connection.These grounds should only be present with the key on.
The best way of course to correct this here is to just replace the CCM all together.But these are the two circuits that need a ground circuit supplied to,to allow fuel to operate at the injectors as well as the starter to engage.
Here is the location of the starter relay.
Here is the connection pin out for the ecm
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