Are you referring to the CPS? I did that test according to Ari's list, testing pins 6 and 10 of the DI connector while cranking. I used a voltmeter instead of a test light, but still got voltage while cranking.
I'm not sure if that totally rules out the CPS, but I found another Ari tidbit on here about being able to test resistance of the CPS from the Trionic connector, so I'll do that tomorrow. Would a bad CPS totally prevent the fuel pump from working, even when jumping the pump fuse?
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