More than likely the engine control module (VCM in your case) has failed. Normally when the vehicle is struck by lightening it not only blows fuses but there is so much current that it will actually back-feed through different circuits and fry the circuit boards on various modules. The good thing is, your vehicle doesn't have many modules but the VCM/ECM is normally the first to go. This is why you don't have ignition or fuel because the VCM controls the coil and fuel pump.
I attached the wiring diagram. Just make sure you have power and good ground for the VCM and if you do, I would replace it.
The only other thing that you need to look for is melted wiring. Normally the circuit boards are the first to go because they are the most sensitive which is why they have fuses to protect them but again, there is some much current that it just overloads the entire circuit.
Let me know what you find and we can go from there.
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Sunday, September 29th, 2019 AT 2:22 PM