Have you checked to see what the actual fuel pressure is? If there is no pressure have you verified there is battery voltage at the fuel pump connector. When checking you should see voltage when you turn the key on for a second then it will go away. When cranking engine over you should see voltage again.
Have you also checked to see if there is spark or injector pulse at the fuel injector? Have you tried scanning for codes also? Here is a link that will show you the basics on how to check a crank no start
Also with the mileage have you replaced the timing belt yet? If that breaks then you will have problems. You can remove the distributor cap and have someone crank the engine over for you. You should see the rotor turn. If it does not then the belt has broken off. Here is another link explaining the importance of the timing belt and why it needs to be service.
Let us know what you find.
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017 AT 12:24 AM