Thanks for the reply, TMW. I hope I ruled out the coil resistance of the solenoid when I pulled the crank fuse and still measured a relative short to ground (chassis) on the wire from the p/n switch to the fuse block. I check voltage at the solenoid and it was 0V. I have good continuity from the fuse block to the solenoid. I've checked for starting voltage at the p/n switch with everything hooked up - pull the plug and get 12V to the p/n switch, replace the plug and get 0V. However, while the wire from the p/n switch heading towards the crank fuse is blk/wht, the wire from the fuse block going back to the p/n switch is "ppl/wht". The Haynes manual does not show the ppl/wht wire going anywhere else for the '92, but it obviously does. I'll have to check the manual to see where the ECM fits in for this '92, as far as voltage to the solenoid. I'm about ready to straight wire from the p/n switch to the crank fuse and see what doesn't function (or what smokes).
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