Sorry that the relay did not solve the problem.
I would like you to do the following test.
1. When you turn the ignition switch ON, does the CHECK ENGINE LAMP shows brightly for 2 seconds before going off? If no, you have a problem with the ECU or its grounding circuit. Check the grounding attached to the lower part of the thermostat housing.
2. Remove a spark plug wire and attach a spark plug to it and ground it to the engine, (DO NOT ground to battery terminals). Get some one to crank and see if there are any sparks. If none, with a test lamp, check for power supply to the distributor Black/Yellow wire with ignition switch ON and while cranking.
3. On top of fuel hose at fuel rail, from filter, there is a 12 mm hex bolt, release it and check for for fuel pressure. Turn ignition switch ON and pressure show shoot out without any signs of bubbles. If not, the fuel pump or its wiring circuit is faulty.
Let me know what you find.
Saturday, December 6th, 2008 AT 10:27 PM