I believe the wire colors should be white, pink, orange with a dark blue stripe, light blue, and black (if I remember the coding the manual uses). I think three of those wires are only for the hall sensor though (the three smaller gauge ones of pink, orange, and black). I'm thinking the motor doesn't see any power unless a switch is being operated. Since you have to reverse polarity to change the motor direction, you can't always have 12v on one wire, it would swap back and forth between the white wire and the light blue wire depending on which direction the switch is being pressed. In one switch position I would expect to see 12v on one of those wires and ground on the other and in the other position I would expect that to swap. It sounds like you've tried that already though. You might actually check continuity to ground instead of looking for voltage as another option. Not 100% sure how the BCM actually electrically does its thing, but I would guess each power wire to the motor would have to be capable of being either power, ground, or an "open". It might be that they toggle power fine but not ground, or they toggle ground fine but not power. May at least help pinpoint where the problem is if you see one but not the other.