Originally Posted by mk378
"Connecting the two I have 12v"
That means the fuse is blown. A good fuse will have zero volts across it. Pull it out and look at the link inside.
The test I meant was to test from each point on the fuse to ground. Each should have 12 volts. If one is live and one is zero, the fuse is blown.
The fuse was fine I tested it using the continuity test on my Multimeter and it passed!
The reason I had to connect the leads to each side was because I tested the fuse box connection while the fuse was out after I tested the fuse itself. LOL Just a missunderstanding here.
Looks like we will have to look at the wiring on the back of the engine further. There isn't alot of space back there and it would almost be easier just to pull the dang intake and do it from the top! LOL
I wish it was at my house so I could do it in my heated garage instead of laying in the street.
I fell bad because I'm not going to have a lot of time to help with it so he may end up taking it to a nearby shop.