One more thing in case any one else has the same symptoms and are searching for a remedy to this problem: The fuel gauge and the voltmeter did not work. Also, we were not able to obtain any codes. Once we disconnected the CPS to test the sensor, the fuel guage and voltmeter started working. We were also able to read code 11 which basically told us that we had disconnected the CPS. This was the first sign that we may have discovered the cause of the problem.
So, if the CPS is bad, the fuel gauge and voltmeter will not work and you will not be able to obtain any codes through the key-on 3 times and key-off 2 times method. The check engine light, by the way, never came on before the CPS failed. Also, you will not get any spark through the coil to the distributor and you will not get any fuel to the injectors.
There was nothing that ocurred beforehand to make us think that something was about to go wrong. It just failed all of a sudden.