Kev, did you get my text messages mate ? I'm not sure if you did coz they are also saved in my drafts
In any case, the cable in question is on pin number 87 (not the middle 87 one as that relay has 2 87pins)
I tried tracing the cable back to the ECU but its lost in the harness, and a few of those cables measure continuity.
In any case, the pin on the ECU is irrelevant.
While measuring it, it all came back to me on what I did and why.
I was looking for a cable that came live when ignition was ON and that stayed live while cranking
That cable on your harness should be measured with a bulb type 12V tester.
It should DIM while you are cranking , but not go completely off !!!
If you use a LED type tester it will be no good, as most LED types go off as soon as they drop below 11volts.
Obviously the car will drop that current a bit lower - depending on your battery status - so that's not a good test.
Multimeter results may not be accurate either, as the multimeter itself might not be fast enough to show you if the current is just dropping or gone.
So, this info, plus the pictures and info I gave you last time and your sud WILL start