Does the engine crank? When you say starter would not work, do you mean starter would not engage, or vehicle cranked and would not start? Power would need to be checked at the fuel pump connector, accessed through a hidden door in the trunk floor pan. If the gauge and the fuel pump are both inoperative, it would suggest a wiring problem.
On the trouble codes, they are all related to AIR system faults, with exception of the p0433 which does not show for this vehicle. Were they cleared after the solenoid repair? What often happens in conjunction with frame removal, which would of occurred during your TCC repair, is a poor connection at the AIR pump can be created. If the person electrically disconnects the air pump, and leaves it with the frame, odds are since the connector was tampered with, it has a problem. The amps that flow through the AIR pump, cause the terminals to be heated, and as long as the connector is not touched, there is no problem. Just a simple disconnect and reconnect can result in poor connection. I often take the AIR pump off the frame and leave it with the vehicle, instead of with the frame. Why, because I have had this happen and result in comeback for check engine light, which the customer just paid $2000 bucks to fix in the first place(P0741 TCC). If you don't hear the air pumps come on at start, you have a problem with the circuits. It(they) should come on at startup to speed the heating of the catalyst, and lower cold engine emissions. I would clear the codes first, if you haven't, and see what, if any, return.
Monday, August 15th, 2011 AT 4:33 PM