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The fuel pump gets power from the fuel pump relay located in the under hood fuse block. There is a fuel pump fuse that feeds power to the fuel pump relay as well. Be sure that fuse is not blown and that the PCM is powering up that fuel pump relay while cranking. You can use a test light or a voltmeter to check for this after removing the fuel pump relay.
If the fuel pump fuse is blown, then either the feed wire to the pump is shorted out or the fuel pump itself is bad pulling too many amps. This will cause the fuse to blow so the pump will need to be replaced.