I found those wires, and they weren't getting any power.
However, then I realized that my battery didn't have much juice in it. My problems began a few days ago when my car wouldnt start. The battery was dead, so I hooked up the jumper cables to another car for a good 20-30 minutes, but it still wouldn't start. The engine turned over, but there was no pressure from the fuel line going into the fuel filter. I had assumed something was wrong with my fuel pump. However, this afternoon, as I was thinking, I knew that a fuel pump requires a lot of power. I thought that maybe I should fully charge the battery and try starting the engine before assuming something is wrong with the ecu. Sure enough, I hooked up the battery to a 6 Amp charger for a few hours, and it started right away. The battery had died a few times in the past month, as well so I guess it is time for a new one.
Thanks for the help, guys!