i get no reading from blue/black to red or From yellow/black to red on the solenoid clip. or between Yellow/Black and Blue/Black. I noticed the red wire insulation was a little worn and the Y/B had a pinch kinda in the clip so I didn’t think it was actually an issue but I pulled out the pins, cut the wires back a bit and replaced all 3 of them. To no effect, still 0volts on either side when disconnected but 12 on everything when connected… how?There is a mystery as to how, with run/stop in run, 12V can magically appear on Blue/black and Yellow/black when plugged into solenoid yet BOTH sides of theconnection of BOTH signals have 0 when unplugged... This tells me just about without a doubt that either blue/black or yelow/black is shorted somehow/somewhere to red/black or another circuit connected to red/black... this is not correct - again, up near the switch cluster is where they both (Blue/blk and red/blk) reside.
Unplug battery, set key on, run/stop switch to run, then measure on unplugged solenoid connector the resistance from red wire to blue/black AND red to Yellow/black... this should tell us which wire is shorted. Then we can pull some tricks to narrow down where.
I also checked for continuity on the pins ON the solenoid while I was there… nothing between red and Y/B or Blue/black. But noticed 3.8 ohm between the Y/B blue/black pins there… of course with no power to the solenoid still.