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If the vehicle is getting fuel and spark and has decent compression it should start. You may have an issue with the injectors not working causing a no fuel supply to the engine. Does the check engine light come on during a bulb check? The injectors are normally fused and are usually under the fuse marked ECM or Ecm A or ECM B. It is also possible the vehicle may be flooded for some reason or another. You can try holding your foot to the floor ( this will shut off injectors) while cranking the engine to clear out a flooding situation
You either have a broken gas tank fuel pump well baffle or the fuel gauge is incorrect and you really are about to run out of gas. Both requires the fuel tank assembly be pulled out of the car and the baffle checked around the fuel pump or the fuel pump replaced if the baffle is ok.
The fuel pump relay switch is located on the firewall, behind a plastic cover. It is a black plastic 1 inch by 1 inch switch with a four or five wire plug. It is designed to operate the fuel pump for 3 to 8 seconds when you turn the ignition switch on to prime the injector rail hope u find it