You are further along than most people would get, but you need to understand how the system works.
The ASD relay feeds the ignition coils, injectors, and fuel pump or pump relay. The ASD relay is turned on by the Engine Computer for one second when you turn on the ignition switch, then again during engine rotation, (cranking or running). No spark causes about two percent of crank / no-starts. No fuel pressure causes about three percent of crank / no-starts. Ninety five percent of those failures are caused by loss of spark and fuel pressure.
The first clue is you still should have some fuel pressure from that one-second burst when you turn on the ignition switch. That is why fuel pressure isn't a good clue for no-starts.
The place to start is by checking if the ASD relay is turning on during cranking. The easiest way to do that is to watch the voltage at the ignition coil or any injector. I am not sure of the wire color, but you will find the same color wire at every injector and for one of the coil wires. On most vehicles that is a dark green/orange wire, but yours might be different. Use a test light for this because most digital voltmeters do not respond fast enough. Back-probe one of those wires. You should see the test light turn on full brightness for one second when you turn on the ignition switch, then again when you crank the engine. Let me know what you find.
Have you read the diagnostic fault codes?
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 AT 10:38 AM