The main thing that would make sense is a fuse to the starter has blown. Normally if this is just water intrusion, when it dries out the vehicle will start again. So I attached the wiring diagram. Let's go to the engine compartment fuse box and check all the fuses and replace any that are blown.
If none are blown then we need to go to the starter relay and remove it in the same fuse box. Then turn the key to the start position and check for voltage at pin 1. If you have it there, then jump the relay by putting the 12 volt red wire to the gray control wire with the key in the on position and see if the starter spins.
If it does then the relay is the most likely cause.
Friday, May 29th, 2020 AT 7:41 PM