So your saying that you think your Wii should have been able to sync your Wiimote while the system menu was replaced by a black screen? You were expecting what, the pointer to magically appear out of nowhere and just stay over the black background? Or perhaps your guess was that when no Wiimotes are synced the screen just turns BLACK?
I don't get it man. I'm sorry but HOW could anyone think that the bluetooth module is the thing to mess with when the system menu is not even showing up? If you had used 20 minutes of your precious time googlin' things like "system menu is black" or "wii can be turned on but no system menu" insteed of just assuming that "no system menu=bluetooth <<Removed Profanity>>" I can almost garantee you that right now your Wii would have been in one piece and working perfect.
So ok everything is working... but no image, no sound and no controller... I... WHAT? What exactly IS working? The drive light, the power on light and the fan? Lol?everything seemed to be working okay, but it would just black screen on system menu and I couldn't get my Motion Plus Wiimote to sync with the Wii
The problem is clearly with the system menu, no experience in wii hacking needed whatsoever for figuring this out, it is just astonishingly obvious that it is the first thing youneed to lookup for. Oh, and, that Ripping apart your console aimlessly whit a screwdriver is the absolute LAST thing you should ever attempt.
"Oh nooo there's no more orange juice ... oh man the fridge, it must be broken! Let's dismantle it right away and fix the JUICE!"
You can't seen to think logically about what your doing, the solution for people like you is to ask for help before it's too late, wich you did not.
Enjoy you broken Wii.
Respect Others,Thank You.