Originally Posted by jr's3800
Yup agreed... If it turns over than its not the VATS... But still wondering what the real problem was... And I don't think its fixed either... I'm thinking it will return..
Why don't you try this real quick:
I missed the part before where you mentioned a warning about taillights even though they seem to be working. I'm wondering whether you might have a ground problem back there that'* causing some weirdness to your fuel-pump circuit, which your repair order said had some problems with wiring.
Turn on the taillights, then stand in back of the car while an assistant steps on the brake. If any bulbs go out instead of getting brighter like they're supposed to, the offending bulb socket has a bad ground wire (it was using the other circuit as a ground instead; when both circuits go hot, the bulb goes out as a result). If they _all_ go out, you've got a broken ground connection at the body back there, and your taillight current, when the bulbs are lit, is going elsewhere instead for a ground path.
So what'* the story with "wires going to fuel pump not routed right" anyway? Was some wiring work done on the car in the past? I think the dealer guys were on to something when they found that, since of course they got the car working, but they're covering their butts in case there'* more undiscovered wiring problems under there.