Did you actually measure the fuel pressure, or just look for a squirt from the test port? Have you tried running the engine on starting fluid?
The first step is to check for twelve volts on the red wire at any injector, with the ignition switch in the "run" position. If that is missing, check the 10-amp "ignition coil" fuse in the under-hood fuse box.
There are two versions of the 3.0L engine, but both versions actually use three sensors. Ford always does things differently than every other manufacturer. You have a crankshaft position sensor, a camshaft position sensor, and a third position sensor inside the distributor. The first two are quite different between the single-cam engine and the dual cam engine.
There is even two versions of distributor. One has the ignition module mounted on the side of it, and one does not. There is no reference made to which sensor triggers the computer to fire the injectors. My source just says, the sensors.
I really disapprove of throwing random parts at a problem. The place to start is by reading and recording any diagnostic fault codes, but that can only be done on Chrysler and GM products without a code reader. You may be able to borrow a reader from an auto parts store that rents or borrows tools. The next step, if there is no code referencing a failed sensor circuit, is to use a scanner to view live data and see what the engine computer is seeing for those sensor signals.
Monday, May 1st, 2017 AT 8:46 PM