we talk about a toyota corolla from 2002, right.If you have power at ign switch black wire, pin 5, then it seems likely that your problem is a faulty ign switch.
There is no power at the red wire in the ignition switch plug. The only wire that is hot is a beige or brown one.Oh goody, some RLL (nested relays) in there. Still, checking voltage at the red wire is the place to start. If that isn't battery voltage (about 12V) when trying to crank, then check voltage at the BLK wire going to the ignition switch (terminal 5). Post results.
NoThe more I am reading this, there may be a theft deterrent problem going on. Is there any aftermarket stuff installed or is it stock?
With key on and relay bypassed, can you get it to crank and check to see if spark is present? Do you have access to a scanner?
The black wire inignition switch plug has no power and when i apply 12v to it with my power probe it blows the breaker in my power probe. So i think it is a ground. or it has a dead short.Wow...I am certian that the sheematic I posted yesterday was not what is currently showing, and seems to change at will. But I have no time ti fix that, so I wil just suggest you consider only the text I had added..."If you have power at ign switch black wire, pin 5, then it seems likely that your problem is a faulty ign switch." No time for good spellig either...