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When you checked the starter relay di you have the key held in the start position when checking pins for power?
Have you tried reprogramming the pass lock theft key?
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The key needs to be held in the START position when checking the pins at the starter relay. Can you do that?
You mentioned the fuel pump relay, is the concenr it cranks but does not start from no fuel pressure or it will not will not crank?
2.2 or 2.4 engine?
Coupe sedan, convertible?
Auto or Manual transaxle?
Below is a link to your circuit.
With the pump relay removed and a wire jumped from pin 3-5 does the pump run and does the car start?
Is pin 1 always grounded?
You already verified pin 5 is powered all the time and pin 2 is not powering up with the key on.
Turn the key on and leave it for 10 minutes, does the theft light go out?
Since the jumper did not even run the pump this means the pump is bad or has broken wires to it. For the relay not getting energized on its own we need to confirm all the powers and grounds to the computer are good. Can you do that from the previous diagram?
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