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Sounds like it could be the ignition module in the distributor. You have a throttle body instead of a carb. The injectors get a ground signal from the engine computer when they are supposed to open. The ignition module takes a signal from the pickup coil in the bottom of the distributor and decides when to fire the plugs and also the injectors.
If the injectors and the coil has power, it could be the module or the pickup coil.
If you have compression, spark at the right time, and fuel spray at the injectors, it should start. The coil could be weak, the fuel pressure could be low, among other things. Did it quit running, or just not start one day ? Have you checked the computer for trouble codes ?
first thing is to check for fuel, if you spary starting fluid in throtlebody will it start?. if it does then its mostlikly a fuel pump, if not then the next thing is to check for spark, remove a plug wire and spin engine does it spark, yes then it a fuel problem, if no then may be a crank sensor or a coil or module, but most of these have bad fuelpumps so start with the fuel test. hope this helps.