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You removed the relay and put back in, and it can start? It could be a relay going bad or a wiring terminal connection where the relay plugs in. I would try a new relay and see if problem goes away. Clean the terminals with an electronic cleaner spray, where the relay plugs in.
I would check the fuel pump relay first. You should have some fuel pressure in the lines when you turn the key on. The relay is powered for 3 seconds to boost pressure until the engine starts. The relay may not be working or the check valve in the pump may be letting fuel back into the tank which would cause the pressure to drop to zero when the engine is off. You should have at least 15psi with a TBI system and 35psi with MFI.
check fuel pump fuse and relay also the fuel injection fuse and ecu fuse, if they are ok remove the back seat and you will see a cover remove the cover and check for voltage at the pump plug and ground, you hear the pump work if not need new pump