Hey all! I had just posted an update to my first thread saying that things were running pretty well since finishing my engine swap and well I guess that was bad luck because now we're back to not running again! So let me catch you up on what has been going on, for the first ~120 miles the car ran fine with an occasional "lean O2" check engine light, at 120 miles it didn't start at Walmart, had AAA tow it home and when I pulled the fuel pump and hanger assembly out of the gas tank (this had been replaced during the engine swap) I saw the plastic hose coming from the pump, to the output on the top of the tank had burst open and failed!! Rock Auto warrantied the part and all was (almost) well with NO check engine lights for the next 100 miles. I say almost because my fuel gauge was only reading 50% when I knew there was ~15 gallons of fuel in the car. I had checked the passenger side Level Indicator when the pump was out and it gave me what looked like a good range of resistance when I played with it but stupid me didn't check the new replacement one with the pump! Sorry for being so long winded but we're finally caught up to what my problem is currently. So I put ~100 miles on the new pump until the first Check engine light came on, this time it was only "Fuel Level Indicator open circuit" so I wasn't worried about it HOWEVER I went to drive the car after clearing it and the car was hard to start (Took maybe 4 seconds of turning over) but did start and idle, but died as soon as I touch the throttle. I'll include the forscan log but the only codes It's throwing are GEM B1365-20 "Ignition Start circuit battery short" and GEM B2035-20 "LF Side Repeater Lamp Output Circuit Failure". I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around how I could have a short between the ignition circuit and the battery that still allowed the car the start and idle, OR how I could be having fuel pump problems again with no lean codes and no Fuel rail pressure codes?? Unfortunately I didn't have any time to do more diagnostic tonight before I went to work but any ideas or help would be so greatly appreciated! My only ideas of where else to start looking is grounds, and pulling my fuel pump out again, am I on the right track?? Thanks!!