man what luck. After 2 weeks I get the damn thing working again.
Problem was a bad black cherry lid switch that I got new.
I went out and got a voltage sensor. I put the sensor next to the wire harness when I pull the timer switch to turn the washer on, the voltage sensor went off. So I know the timer is good. I than left the timer on, and move the sensor around, the only area that had power is the lid area. No power near the fill switch or the pressure switch.
I pull both of the lid switch out and tested them with my multimeter. It turns out that the new black switch is no good, so I just jump the two wires, one pink and the other orange together with a wire nut and the washer came back to life!
I guess just because the part is new, it does not mean it is not DOA.
Thanks for the help! I was going to call in the Maytag repair guy on Monday if I could not get the thing working this weekend.