You have good fuel pressre and it starts with starting fluid, so that tells me you are getting spark which is good. The fuel pressure is good, so the only thing left is the fuel injector. You need to check to see if the fuel injector is getting power. Something tells me that is where the problem is. THree of the injectors will have a tan wire and three will have a white wire on the supply side. On the other end of the injector will be a red wire at all 6 cylenders. WHat I need you to do is using a noid light (ask to borrow at a parts store) check for power to all of the wires I described. You will not get a solid light indicating constant power, but rather you should see a pulsing light each time the injector is told to inject fuel to the cylender. A noid light is simply a small incandescent bulb in a socket with pins that plug directly into the wiring harness leading to your fuel injectors. Crank the engine over. If the noid light flashes, the computer is operational enough to send voltage to the injector.
Here is a picture of one connected to an injector plug:
This sounds harder to do than it is. If you got through checking fuel pressure, you shouldn't have any trouble with this. Something tells me that the light won't light up for you. If you can't get your hands on a noid light, you could use a test light or volt meter, but it is going to be a lot harder.
Let me know what you find. If there is no pulse to the injectors, then we have to start working backwards to problem solve. It can take some time, but eventually, we'll get it. If you knew me, you now understand why I'm starting to loose my hair (LOL).
Friday, May 29th, 2020 AT 11:41 AM