I looked in Prodemand for the specs.
Seems that checking fuel pressure is a real involved thing, not just hooking a gauge up.
In the reading, and testing 'their way', 45 PSI was the minimum. (If done your way, it is possible their results may more like yours-maybe?)
Let us pretend that fuel pressure is fine, for now.
Do you have spark?
A one to two second shot of starter fluid into the throttle body will either cough - spit - sputter or even run for a moment.
If it does do the above, there is spark!
This might even confirm there is a "no fuel issue" (for whatever reason), as it did run, or tried to, with that little bit of fuel, but won't fuel itself.
If you tried the shot of starter fluid and it did nothing but dry 'over and overs', I would snatch a plug and confirm there is no spark or you might even try this easy method without pulling a plug. See link below.
Easy pull a plug wire, insert this in-between.
What were the results?
Finding no spark or finding no fuel will show which path to follow to get you going.
Sunday, April 16th, 2017 AT 7:15 PM