Two different fuel injection systems were used, but the fuel supply system is the same for both. It sounds like you have multiple problems, and blown fuses are good suspects for two of them. The missing 12 volts on terminal 85 of the fuel pump relay comes from the PCM power relay. Check fuse 4, a 30-amp in the under-hood fuse box.
Even if fuse 4 is blown, you're quite a few steps ahead in the diagnostic steps. The fuel pump still should have run when you jumped terminals 30 and 87 together in the fuel pump relay's socket. Since it didn't, and you already replaced the pump, the list of suspects, in order of likelihood are a blown fuse 22, a tripped inertia switch, and a broken ground wire at the tank. If there's a problem with the ground wire, the fuel level gauge won't be reading correctly either. Here is the relay location and test guide
Check out the diagrams (Below). Please let us know what you find. We are interested to see what it is.
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Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 AT 2:14 PM