Posted 26 August 2010 - 07:10 AM
First confirm you have spark on BOTH banks of the engine. (I suspect you have spark on one side only).
Next, buy a subscription to www.alldatadiy.com and extract the Diagnostic Trouble Codes, via a paper clip and the Diagnostic Connector on the top of the engine. Research what these codes are and how they relate to your symptoms.
The wiring diagrams on your alldatadiy.com subscription will prove very valuable to solving the Fuel Pump Relay having no voltage.
Your subscription will also provide you which two connectors on the Diagnostic Connector on top of the engine to jumper, so that you BYPASS the Fuel Pump Relay entirely and give the Fuel Pump +12v.
When you do this, use your ears to hear the fuel rail. Do you hear fuel flowing through it?
If you have fuel, and you have spark on BOTH Banks, you have probably skipped time on your Timing Belt.
When any engine jumps its timing belt a few teeth, it will not start, but will have spark and fuel pressure.
Let us know!