Highly Aggrevated Now!
(Just wrote this big note and totally forgot what you said about the solenoid. Now that I think about it, it was very rusty underneath where the selonoid is. I think I will run a ground wire from the battery to the metal base of solenoid to see what happens)
I just cant figure this out and I am hard headed and dont want to pay someone to fix unless absolutely necessary. I think of myself as highly mechanically inclined, but not so much with electrical issues.
So, this is were I am at. I started truck today and I, for some unknown reason, now have full voltage going to pump motor. I put the volt meter on the terminal post and was getting 14.12 off of the solenoid when I depressed the touch pad up button. I was by myself today so I took the jumper cables, just used to hold the wires of volt meter on the positive and negative wires on the motor and got the same reading. Still the clicking noise at the solenoid. I then took the negative jumper cable only and hooked one side to battery negative and hooked the other to the negative on the motor to by pass any bad ground wire and still the clicking. And my motor does have a negative wire on the motor and then a jumper wire over to the pump housing.
Finally, and you can tell me if I am wrong, but I hooked both the negative and positive on battery with the cables and went with the other side of cables to the motor on pump. I took other end and hooked the negative up to negative on motor and touched the postive to the positive terminal on motor and got no turn over, not even a spark. So now I dont know where to go from here. I thought for sure that would turn the motor over. Even took the motor off. A little corrosion inside and the 2 long 10mm bolts were kind of rusted, but all in all did not look bad. Armature turned freely so I did not see anything wrong with it.
Any advice where to go from here. About ready to shoot the thing. LOL