You are correct about the diagram, i had to go out and buy the book for it.
That led me to the real problem, it was not the starter in anyway. I
followed the wires from the starter, I thought maybe it was the neutral
switch, i tested it no power. so that left the ignition switch. So i was
gonna go dramatic and just wire a starter switch on the dash and just bypass
the ignigtion altogether. As i took the wireharness from inside the steering
console I noticed a little black box. I looked at it and read the word
PROLOCK. on it. I knew what it was immediatly. I had just gotten the car
with the knowledge that it wouldnt start presumably because of the starter.
I traced the wires into the box, it was 1 thick yellow wire going in and 1
thick yellow wire going out. 1 to the ignition the other the starter. That
was my proble, almost 200.00 later i figured out that the old starter wasnt
bad, it was because of this stupid antitheft device that the key was missing
too. so i cut it out and wired the ignition wires back up, turned the key,
and sure enough, it started,/ thanks for the reply. but it seems none of
that would have helped. :P And the wire that was broken was one of them
that goes to the alternator i found due to the diagram in the book.