Here's what I did:
I pulled apart the C441 connector at the tank to see if I could electrically test my sending resistor. When I started the job, I may have mistakenly put my meter's ohm tester in the connector that goes back to the engine area, instead of testing the wires that go into the tank. The electrical diagram shows that the wires from the fuel pump are connected to the inertia switch, the fuel pump relay, and the EEC (Electronic Engine Control Module). It's possible that I sent + or - 9 volts back to the EEC. Anyway, after I ran the tests with my meter, the engine wouldn't start, despite a strong sound from the fuel pump.
Could the ohmmeter connection back to the front of the engine have damaged the EEC, or something else, and now be the cause of the failure-to-start? I'm now stranded!
Edited by seedpress, 21 August 2010 - 07:32 PM.