Unfortunately we do no have that vehicle here in the United States, but all gas engines work on the same theory. First thing you will want to check is your fuel pressure. If no fuel pressure check your fuel pump fuse. If okay swap the fuel pump relay with one that is identical (preferably the horn relay if possible)
If you have fuel pressure normally something like 45-55 psi then check for spark. If pressure is too low or no pressure at all. Verify power and ground to fuel pump. If okay then you have a faulty fuel pump. If you have no spark check your injector pulse. The link Renee posted shows you how to do it with a paper clip and test light. You just want to be careful not to use a thick paper clip or you will spread open the terminals on the connector. Best bet would be to rent a noid light set from your local parts store. With noid light connected verify the light flashes. If it does check that one of the wires has power.
If you have no spark and injector pulse then you will have a faulty cam or crank sensor. If no power on one of the injector wire harness make sure to check all fuses. Also if you can, scan the computer for fault codes.
Saturday, October 8th, 2016 AT 2:42 PM