I'm guessing this would be it if it does have an alarm, seeing as the starter isn't kicking over. You could still use the diagram i posted to check where you lose continuity (it'd probably be where it routes into the alarm control module to break the signal to the starter). If you bypass the module you will see power to the starter solenoid.1. Starter lockout style (prevents the starter from engaging), less secure system
Do you have a subscription? I had a browse through and it looks like pretty good info.Why don't you buy a subscription for your car at www.alldatadiy.com ? AllData sells yearly subscriptions to a single vehicle's repair information for like $25 bucks, and it's all accessible online instead of a paper manual, etc. I have 4 subscriptions for certain engine/transmission information, just not for the EL.
So you can't figure out how to read one of the 100 guides other people have made but somehow you're going to 'wire in' a push button and expect it to work?gonna just wire in a push button once i get a new starter and call it a day untill i figure it out.