Hey guys! So my 92 bronco with a 351w and E4OD has had an intermittent issue with not wanting to start. Sometimes the key will start it and sometimes it won't. Recently replaced are the Ignition switch, Ignition Lock Cylinder, and MLPS all for different reasons outside of this one and not just because I am throwing parts at it. For a while with the key in the run position I would just go under the hood and jump the solenoid like many have in the past but that's a temp solution and I do not want to just wire up a bypass push button. First thing I did was with the ignition switch dismounted I slid the actuator rod to start position and the truck did not crank. This was just to eliminate everything mechanical in the column except the ignition switch which is brand new. I did go through the diagnostic steps found in this post here. I have no voltage at the S terminal wire while in start position on the key. Actually If I take the volt meter and go from the positive terminal on the battery and connect it to the wire going to the S terminal I get 12V... That doesn't seem correct either and makes me think there is a grounded short somewhere. Regardless I went on with the testing in that post. I went down to the trans that I just finished rebuilding and unplugged the MLPS. The MLPS is brand new with new plug because my MLPS had a crack in it. I first checked voltage at TR sensor terminal (R/LB) and had nothing. Then checked voltage at TR sensor terminal (W/PK) and still nothing. That's where the diagnostic stops for that post. It says repair open in circuit between sensor/switch and starter relay. I am guessing they mean voltage between ignition switch and the MLPS. Where do these two terminals on the MLPS get their voltage? Does anyone have any further steps for diagnostic? Potentially a wiring diagram for the whole Starter system so I can see where else to be checking voltage.