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The 1.5 16V engine doesn't have an electric lift pump in the tank (the 1.5 12V does). If you look in the engine fusebox you'll likely find that the F/PUMP relay is missing.

Is the immobilizer warning light showing on the instrument cluster when you turn the ignition on (car with a key inside)? If not the engine wont fire up.
 

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Im using a generic one, named U480
I was gonna suggest you use the scan tool to check the fuel pressure during crank, but I don't know how much help that particular scan tool would be. You'd probably be better off just using a voltmeter to measure the pressure sensor output. You need about 1V on the pressure sensor signal wire during crank before the PCM will fire the injectors. If the voltage doesn't get that high the engine will never start.

MEASURING PRESSURE SENSOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE - BACK PROBE CENTER TERMINAL
 
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