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There is a three wire plug, in front of the left side motor mount the outside wires are power and the inside is ground. I use a headlight bulb to test the circuit. First thing I would do is clean the Battery connections, and grounds to the motor, from the starter. Put the battery's on charge, it is best to do them singly, with a regulated charger. Then if the check engine light goes out in the 5 seconds as stated take a test light and see if you have power to the fuel solinoid. Tug on the wire they they will break and stay attached by the shrink tube, and have voltage to the solinoid but not enough amperage to keep the solinoid open. If all that is OK you need a fuel pressure gauge on the Top compucheck fitting above the fuel solinoid, if the engine cranks at above,195 RPM, and you get above 75 lbs going quickly to 140ish PSI it should start. Just a thought.