That should be the dark green/black wire at the pump.
The circuit has changed a little from what I have memorized. There is a separate fuse and relay for the fuel pump, but the relay is in parallel with the ASD relay. That means they both turn on at the same time and by the same circuit. Check the "fuel pump" fuse in the under-hood fuse box. It is a blue fifteen amp.
If the fuse is good, swap the fuel pump relay with another one like it. The AC compressor relay is a good one to use. If the engine starts now, pop the cover off the relay, and I will bet you find the contacts are blocked with a gob of rust.
Feel if that relay clicks when a helper turns the ignition switch on. If it does, that half of the circuit is working. Remove the relay, then check for twelve volts in the socket. You should have twelve volts on two terminals.
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 AT 5:10 PM