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I know you stated you checked the Fuel Pump fuse under the hood, but have you checked for power at the fuel pump inertia switch on the BLACK/PINK striped wire?
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Ok. No power on the black wire at the inertia switch.
Check for power on the fuel injector fuse in the engine fuse box. Make sure the power is good and you have power on the WHITE/GREEN striped wires at the CCRM connector.
Below is the CCRM connector and wiring diagram.
The power for the PCM is sent from the ignition switch to the 3 relays on the diagram above through the CCRM then to the PCM.
You can disconnect the CCRM and check for power on the pins circled below with the key turned on.
Get it running with the alternator connected. See what the voltage is at the battery. Should be 14 volts or better. If it is close to 12 volts, then it is the alternator.
On top of the transmission under the air cleaner hose near the brake booster.
Ok, leave the CCRM unplugge and see if the fuse blows.
Sorry I have been away. My wife has been in the hospital and I think of her first before anything else.
WHat fuse box did you unplug?
Below is a picture of the dash fuse box. The numbers with the "C" in front of them are the connectors. To make it easier for me to locate the wires you are describing, tell me what connector up unplugged that has the Blue wires that are shorted. It will make it easier for me to trace out the circuits in the diagrams.
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