Here are two tests that will help you diagnose your problem. I do not think that these are what we have with your vehicle because we do not have fuel pressure because there is no power to the fuel pump....But its worth a shot.
1. Check for power to the fuel injectors on the Black/Yellow wire with the ignition on.
2. If there is no power to the fuel injectors, check the operation of the main relay and see if it gets turned on when the key is turned on. At the same time verify there is battery voltage to the main relay on the 2 Blue/White wires.
3. If the Engine Control Module (ECM) is not turning on the main relay, check for power from the "engine" fuse to the ECM on the Black/White wire.
4. If the main relay is turning on, check for an RPM signal to the ECM on the White wire from coil negative, while cranking the engine. If no RPM signal, check for a broken wire.
5. Last but not least, check ECM grounds on the Black and Black/Orange wires.
Burnt ENGINE Fuse
1. At the 4 wire connector about 6 inches away from the main relay, checking wires on the harness side of this connector, check the two Blue/White wires for battery voltage to the main relay.
2. At the 4 wire connector, check the Blue/Black wire for a ground through the Engine Control Module (ECM) with the key ON - look for less than 1.0 volt to be ok.
3. Check for battery voltage out of the main relay on the Black/Yellow wire at the 4 wire connector with the key ON. The Black/Yellow wire supplies battery voltage to the fuel injectors.
Defective Main Relay
Main Relay Wiring
Tips: The main relay supplies battery voltage to the fuel injectors. The main relay is located under the hood on the passenger fender. There is a 4 wire connector about 6 inches away from the main relay.