Do me a favor. See if it starts using starting fluid. If it starts and then stalls, we know it is a fuel-related issue.
If that is the case, I need you to check for fuel pressure.
Here is a link that explains in general how to do it:
You will need a fuel pressure gauge for this. However, most parts stores will lend one to you. Additionally, take a look at this link. It relates to a crank no-start condition.
Let me know what you find.
Friday, February 10th, 2023 AT 10:01 PM