I replaced the starter and reconnected the battery, as well as cleaned the starter connections. The car got power, but when I went to turn it over it made one click and lost all power. I had to take mess with the battery connectors for a while before it would get power again, but it kept doing the same thing. The battery voltage was reading 0 and the check gauge light was on. With the battery connected, the negative terminal gets hot, unless I can pull power, and then it stays cool until I try and turn it over.
-I did a resistance check on all the lines and they came out good, as well as having the battery plugged in and checking the voltage.
-I had the battery tested and it is good
-I got a new starter
-I had the alternator tested and it was good
-I cleaned the majority of the grounds that I could find, however there were two that I was having trouble getting the bolts off (wrong tools)
-I checked all the fuses
Tomorrow I am going to get the correct tools and clean the rest of the grounds. Also, I might be missing some, does anybody know about where or how many there are? Short of doing that I am not sure what else it could be. Could there be something behind the dash that is messed up?
Also I am going to "Exchange the ASD relay with the Starter relay in the fuse box under the hood near the battery." -CJ7Tim had said.
Thanks for all the help.