Okay. Let's address the fuel pump first. The crank sensor only controls injector pulse and does not trigger the fuel pump to come on. So if the fuses and relays are okay then the pump should be coming on and creating fuel pressure. The injectors may not fire if the crank sensor is bad but that pressure would still be at the rail waiting for the injectors to open.
I attached a complete fuel pump test. Let's run through it and pay particular attention to the jumping power to the pump and see if it comes on.
If it does then we need to check for pressure to make sure the pump is able to not only turn on but build the needed pressure. This asks you to pinch the fuel line to see if there is pressure. That is fine for an initial test but we need the pressure gauge to make sure it is building enough pressure.
Once we know we have proper fuel pressure, we can come back to the injectors.
Let me know what questions you have and we can go from there. Thanks
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Sunday, June 14th, 2020 AT 6:58 AM