Yes, the yellow and black wire showed power with the ignition on. So I guess I don't understand how connecting it directly to the positive on the battery would do anything, as the wire already has power going to it.
you could always unhook the fuel line at rail, then drop tank, drain tank, hook an airhose with a rubber nipple end on the fuel line and blow it out.. that way you can reinstall line to tank, reinstall tank, reinstall line to fuel rail, and add new fuel and do it like that. His way would be so much more simple if you can get it to work, otherwise this is probably what you will need to do. Post up pics of it when you can Good luck!
Disconnect the the positive battery lead and keep the ignition OFF! Then run a jumper from the positive on the battery to the positive wire going to the coil. This will run the fuel pump. Using the ignition with the battery hooked up will only charge the system for a second and will not keep the pump running unless the engine is running. You need to bypass the pcm and asd relay and feed power directly to the pump. This works!!! I have done it on both my Daytona and Lebaron.
Ok, So I am clear: Positive cable should be dis-connected from the battery. Ignition off. Jumper wire from the positive terminal on the battery to the postive wire on the coil. Should the postive be connected connected to the coil? Am I connecting the jumper wire to the positive terminal on the coil?