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Hello and welcome! My name is ***** ***** I can assist you with your question. You need to start by checking fuel pressure and injetor pulse. It sounds like the engine is missing at least one of these preventing it from running. It has spark and compression and that is why it runs on starting fluid. Let me know!
Sorry about that. Your right.. I did read the question incorrectly. I do apologies.
Does the pink wire have power going to the injectors while cranking?
Ok, good. Now we need to check injector pulse or the trigger signal on the other wire using a noid light while cranking.
You can use a test light but it is not easy. I would strongly recommend using a noid light. The fuel pressure specs are 9 to 13 psi
Sounds good. Here is a link to a set I recommend
The computer could be bad (or not powered up) or the crankshaft position sensor may possibly be bad as well.
YES, I do believe a bad prom can do this.