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Hi, I am Mike, welcome. I'm reviewing your question.
Which fuse are you referring to as the starter relay fuse?
If the starter relay does click when you turn the key to start, try a new starter relay and try again.
Is this a clutch?
Ok, wo or what told you fuse #27 was for the starter relay?
I don't even see a fuse #27 in that underhood fuse block, the highest is #25.
Is this the base model or limited, touring, lx, lxi, or gtc?
Let me see that schematic.
Ok, back up the camera a bit or tell me what page number that is?
That is a relay.
You said a fuse #27.
Ok, so now, why was you saying that fuse was good then, was you looking to see if it was blown, testing it for voltage, what?
Did you actually replace that relay cause that is the starter relay?
Ok, so we are on the same page here, did you think there was another fuse or what, I have to understand what your thinking was, why did you think that that was a fuse #27 and also think it was a starter relay?
Looking at the starter wiring diagram, if the starter relay doesn't even click, remove the starter relay and test the 4 terminals in that socket for voltage. 1 terminal should have voltage even with the key off, than 1 additional when the key is turned to start. Then let me know the results.
Ok, back up and check for voltage in and out of the ignition switch, in the red wire and out the yellow wire, wit the key on start.
Ok, then you have an open or shorted wire from the ignition switch to the starter relay along that yellow wire. Follow and find and repair the wire, or cut both ends and run a new wire, same gauge and preferably the same color, then try that.
That is why I said just cut both ends and run a new wire.