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I would suspect either a bad plug- in at the pump or a bad power wire. Run a wire from the battery direct to the pump. If it runs, attach the wire under the hood to something that only has power with the key on and put an in-line fuse into it. Hope this helps.
The frist place I would look is the Public Library ... followed by your local full service auto parts store. They may be able to order one for you. That failing, check a J.C. Whitney and then Amazon.com
I hope I have given you a few leads for your manual.
Check the battery condition, battery state of
charge and starter motor current draw. Replace the battery if marginal
and the starter motor if the current draw is beyond specification.
Check the battery cable condition. Clean the battery terminals and replace corroded or damaged cables.
Check the fuel system for proper operation. A
fuel pump with insufficient fuel pressure or clogged injectors should
Check the engine's tune-up status. Note the
tune-up specifications and check for items such as severely worn spark
plugs; adjust or replace as needed. On vehicles with manually
adjusted valve clearances, check for tight valves and adjust to
Check for a failed coolant temperature sensor, and replace if out of specification.
heck the operation of the engine management systems for fuel and ignition; repair or replace failed components as necessary.
Check the Idle accelerator valve located on front side of throttle body, it is either stuck or needs cleaning real bad, this is what controls your idle speed, by letting small amount of air in. It has a plunger on it that moves back and forth slowly to adjust amount of air mixture, it is controlled by computer. Unplug it and just turn on key and check for voltage.This valve gets real gummed up, probably need to take apart throttle body and clean. HUNT
sort of a solution. if you can get the ignition to turn to the off position there is a pin under it you can push and pull the whole thing out and start it with a screwdriver. or you can take out one screw from behind the ignition on the little black thing and you can start it with anything. i'm not sure if that will unlock the steering column though. hope this helps