I'm still thinking it could be the kill switch part of the starter button. ---You have already done that when you posted above " I get 12v at terminal 87 (probably 85) when I push the starter button". If the kill switch wasn't working you would not get any 12v to starter relay showing when you pushed the starter button.
Could be different cause for each problem. I'm still looking for a way to trouble shoot the kill switch portion of the starter button. It may still be involved. -- I'm pretty certain that you have separate problems with the starter & fuel issue but you need to sort one or the other first then move on to the other one. They could have a root connection but get the starter working from the push button THEN move on to troubleshooting the fuel pump issue (once the starter circuitry is operating OK that eliminates some of the fueling circuitry as being the cause).
Of course. You're right. Silly me. I should have realized that 12 volts while thumbing the starter button eliminates the switch as a problem. Thank you dirtrider. I'll get the starter sorted and see where I wind up.
Starter relay fixed the no starter problem. Spins fine now when I thumb the switch. Still no fuel pump. Fuel pump does engage when I jump 3 & 5 of the fuel pump relay socket. Very close to solving this. Thoughts?
Turn your FP relay upside down and find pins 1 & 2. Measure the socket pin associated with relay pin 2. You should have 12v on that pin when the key is on. If you don’t, try pin 1 and see if it has 12v with the key on.