Well she cranks but won’t start. It looks like I am getting no fuel. If I looked at the schematic right the fuel pump should get 12v when the ignition is in the “ON” position. The 20v is a little different in that the ground for the circuit opening relay coil comes from the ECU and not the AFM and the ECU doesn’t seem to be providing the needed ground. I checked for codes, got an error for no O2 sensor, so plugged that in and rechecked for codes but the ECU returned none.
About the fuel. I guess the 20v doesn’t have the fuel pump on while the ignition is in the “ON” position. I ended up disconnecting the fuel pump, grounding the COR myself, measuring 12v at the pump, reconnecting fuel pump and waiting…waiting…waiting…THEN came the fuel. I guess with dropping the tank it takes a fair amount of time for gas to fill the lines back up. Now with fuel coming I found a leak at the filter, fixed that, but still no start. Pulled the high tension wire off the distributor and had my wife start the car while I checked for spark. Spark was there and next time I tried to crank her over she started!