Let's check out ez stuff 1st---then move on to the harder stuff
sending 3 diagrams----may be easier to print them and tape the corresponding wires together
start on page one---left side at top---"coil" (wire 1 [gray] and wire 2 dark green/ orange)
follow the positive wire---a highlighter will aid you---follow any "tees" the wire makes
trace them thru the diagrams---you will find that somewhere along the way ---"fuses" (maybe more than one)cool thing is "mitchell i" has them numbered! So you might go straight to the right one quick.
There maybe be relays too. They go bad. Sometimes as a test. You can swap it's identical twin (like from power windows etc) before you rush out and buy one, to see if that is the problem
"mitchell" also gives locations of components you come across
anywhere you find a "switch" along the positive wire----this could be a potential failure point. Like maybe the neutral safety switch, for instance. Anything could be broke/ become disconnected/ wire breaks
with a voltmeter or even a 12 volt test light. You can follow voltages to each "switch". Locate it coming and going at each component along the way. Remember that the switch/ relay must be "on" or "made" to trace voltages thru it
Check out the diagrams (Below). Please let us know what happens.
Images (Click to enlarge)
Monday, December 7th, 2020 AT 12:12 PM