Not sure if I checked them correctly butHold up... My interpretation of:
is to check the fusible links for conductivity (resistance being its opposite, electrically) and see if you have a smoking gun there.
Follow the advice to replace them, yes, but you can possibly rule them out as THE issue if they don't test bad. Which means the diagnosis could continue today.
Your very right! Noted and corrected about to dive back into the engine hoping to solve it by tonight ! Leaving no stone unturned!The wingnut on the negative battery terminal looks loose. I don't think that will solve the problem but something that shouldn't be overlooked.
A few volts over 12 is expected in a 14 volt system, sure. 153 volts over, no.
Then you likely have an issue with either the logic path from the ECU or the +12 feed to the CEL bulb.not to hijack but I don't get the CEL and never have when starting. I've even changed the dash bulb and that wasn't it. That being said it might start even without the light, at least mine does. good luck man!
You need to learn how to use your meter correctly. Please read the instructions.