This is in a 91 CRX Si.... I checked the harness for the power wire. Found it then proceeded to solder a wire into the black wire that did not have power (I have 4 wires: yellow/black stripe, yellow, black/silver stripe, and black/silver dots). I cranked teh car on, flipped the switch and the car continued to run. Flipped it the otehr way, it still ran. Spliced into the black/silver dots wire and went through the same procedure. It did not cut the car off. I got fed up with soldering and unsoldering wires (I'm a lazy dumbass..I know), so I decided to jump a wire from teh switch to the connectors for the remaining yellow wire. It sparked and the car cut off and hasnt started back up since. When you turn the key "on" the fuel pump does not pressurize the system. Whast teh problem? Fuel pump blown? Main relay fried? I tried replaceing the small relay that is just behind the Hood release to no avail. Also, could teh reason it shorted out be due to me jumping the wire while it was running? Should I solder the wires together at all times to avoid that (in other words: if I solder to that wire, once I fix this problem, will it still short something out)?? TIA!!!