this is precislywhy I like youes, it is probably an anti-theft issue, but why not get all the basic checks out of the way before diving into PCM/BCM electronics possibilities. Some of the checks on my list are very easy, some require a tool or a bit of effort; but all are easier and more methodic in chasing this down if the anti-theft "relearn" gives no joy.
Thanks bill appreciate the feedback sorry for the delayed response have been busy dealing with school and getting things done to my daily. I had a friend come help me install a new fuel pump because we could not hear it engage. We heard the relay click and it tested good alongside the fuse for the fuel pump. Installed and still the same issue regarding fuel. It's a rather huge headache and unfortunately the lemon thing for me personally has always applied to a domestic vehicle at least alongside this year range. Going to spend a gold majority of my day tomorrow diagnosing more in depth and going through this thread. Unfortunately it must be electrical because it's got spark, air just not fuel. Sprayed starter fluid and it wants to start so I know that's the issue. I think my problem may lie with a connection at the PCM. Something about it seems odd to me.Raise nine kids, only four were my own, but all nine went through college. Seven out of my pocket book. All needed vehicles, not only for college, but high school as well, not like I was raised, seven mile walk, uphill both ways.
Under 18 had to be under my insurance company, but needed to carry high liability. For them, just liability, no collision or comprehension. Translated, finding the cheapest vehicle as possible, don't know where the word lemon came in for these vehicles, I like lemonade, but had to find the cheapest vehicle as possible.
Some needed attention every two weeks. Most minor, other more expensive like a valve job, but had my own grinder. Ha would cheat some, can't buy a head gasket complete overhaul gasket kit any more for four bucks. More like 150 bucks just for the gasket. Ha, if it looked good sprayed it with aluminum paint and reused it.
Just saying rather unlikely you wrecked anything by replacing your windshield wiper module, but with this new crap, should follow some rules like disconnecting the negative battery lead first. Can't really touch any electrical connecting wires, electrostatic discharge from your body that will toast the delicate electronic circuitry. One little shock can knock out a microcontroller and block a number of functions.
Basics still apply, fuel, compression ignition, and timing, just reading about the fuel pump, also sounds like you purchased a lemon. Tried my best to look and learn if any mods were done to a used vehicle, and have been screwed. Worse people to purchase from are private sellers, stay far away from used car dealers, by crap new car dealers don't fool with. With new vehicle dealers selling used stuff, never paid more than the trade-in value, they don't even pay close to trade in value. And what's not worth fixing goes to auction.
Nine kids are gone, lots of free time.
Hey Bill thanks for always having great input. Again with work and school it's been hard, but finally had time to get with my mom's boyfriend and found the problem! The issue, was the fuse board/box itself. Unfortunately what happened was the ignition wire was slightly damaged and on top of that the fuel pump wire was super loose and bad on the board. I attached a picture of the problem. I like updating for first off thanking you guys and secondly for anyone else who may run into these posts for future reference. I'll be going to my local junkyard Tuesday and buying another fuse box.If the pump relay clicks at key-on, the PCM and all wiring from it to the relay are probably OK. Have you checked for 12V power at the relay socket #30 or 87? Have you tried jumpering socket contact 30 to 87? That should turn the pump on