Ok, hooked up cheat cord on motor and made it agitate, reversed polarity and she spun and drained fine. Run it in spin for about 10 minutes and motor never overheated. Unplugged the cheat cord waited a few minutes and plugged it back in and started spinning fine again so motor is definitely good.
Tested the water level control and verified when is stopped filling that it then sent power out like it is suppose to.
Ohm'd components on lid switch and all checked fine. Hooked wires back up, started a cycle and it filled fine and timer kept running and clicked but no agitate. Used meter and verified power is going through the lid switch assembly correctly.
Unplugged black, blue, red, white and yellow and started the cycle back and ALL wires had 120 VAC even the red one.
I am not thinking motor or lid switch anymore but leaning towards the timer so I will pick one up friday at lunch and try it. Any other ideas?