I thought about power not getting to the pump, but then looking at the book, testing continuity between those two pins requires current to be able to flow through the motor windings and the shifter assembly. If the wires were loose at either of those places, it would show open. The windings resistance is within normal limits (14-25 ohms).
I might put on my safety gloves and give it a voltage test, but I would have to hook up using alligator clips and move fast because I think the manual test only lasts 5 seconds before it times out.
At first I thought it was maybe the door safety switch, but then I realized that if it was that, it wouldn't agitate or spin either.
Looking at the book again, I found the troubleshooting chart. It says to check the wiring harness, then do the continuity test as I described and then do a control board test which is going to take a long time to do with my alligator clips clipped to paperclips rig.
First thing is says is to remove the console and I dunno how to do that. I've removed the back of the console and I see clips holding it down, but there must be another secret handshake I haven't heard of to spring those clips since a putty knife didn't work for me.