More test results and it is starting to get wierd.
What I figured out was I have continuity from pin 30 on the OVP socket to both 1 and 2 on the ICV. This doesn't sound right me, is it? Should there be continuity between pin 30 and pin 1,2(on ICV)
***If attached to the ICV, then I would think yes. Your just testing Through the Heater Coil though I would think it should have also shown the 12 or so Ohms just like direct on the heater coil. You just added a length of wire to one end.
Pin 87L I put a direct 12V to it and when I measured it at the other end, and what do you know only 2.02V.
*** ah ha,, that is what I suspected as volts should be equal if even one strand of wire is still attached. I was going to ask HOW you checked the OVP. Looks like you may have the broken or cracked solder joints issue inside the OVP. There are instructions on how and where to resolder them, then check again.
Since the OVP tested fine I have a feeling that there is no problem with the OVP.
Also, I put a ground and direct 12V to the ICV, and then the the valve moved around inside of the ICV, so I think that it is functional as well. Am I right to assume this?
**** sounds good so far. Once you get 12v going to it from the OVP, then do the "ICV Hose Squeeze" test. But, we are assuming if you get the 12v there, all should be good, let's hope.
So there is some wiring problems here aren't there?
So there must be a wiring problem and if you all agree, how am I going to have to start this fix. I am thing that I should make sure there is nothing wrong with the base as Logon_Bob said could be part of the problem.