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Can you jumper the solenoid on the starter and make it crank ?
Do you have power to the relay when the key is in the start position ?
Power goes from the key switch thru a crank fuse, then thru the neutral safety switch, then to the starter relay. The relay sends power from a 40amp ignition fuse to the starter solenoid.
Is the security light on or flashing ? The yellow wire goes from the key switch to the neutral safety switch, then to the starter. So bypassing the neutral safety would make the starter crank the engine, but would have nothing to do with the rest of the engine.
thinking maybe the neutral safety switch may have a short in it or be broken...also check emissions vacuum equipment for leaks under load..now Im thinking there is an electric interlock (on manual transmission models that was make into the clutch pedal also) check this for proper operation..repost findings please..
Are you not getting voltage to the battery post on the solenoid, or the terminal for the wire from the key switch ? You have a neutral safety switch between the starter and the key switch if that is the circuit in question. Also take a look at the ground cable and connections.
Then the problem is likely the ignition switch, or the neutral safety switch. Try jamming it into park a couple of times to see if it helps. If it does, you will need to change the neutral safety. If it doesnt, probably going to need an ignition switch. Those trucks, jimmys, and blazers are famous for ignition switch problems.