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Hi, that's not a carb, but OK. You have injectors at each cylinder port, right? Are they clicking when you crank the engine? If you can't tell, hold a long screwdriver to an injector and hold the other end to your ear while someone cranks the engine. Possible reasons for the injectors not clicking are the security system acting up, or maybe the crankshaft position sensor acting up.
Is the security light on the dash cluster lit up? Is the "check engine" light staying on after the bulb check?
you can be getting fuel but it has to be enough pressure to operate injectors. this can only be determined with a gage..does it fire if u spray starting fluid in the intake and crank ? if so u havent enough pressure from pump.