Ok so now that the starter is working I went back and started trying to diagnose the fuel pump.A bad Starter relay, Starter relay diode, or Clutch inhibit switch will all interrupt that starter relay circuit, and those are all easy to check.
The fuel pump circuit is pretty much the Fuel pump relay, the inertia switch, the PCM, the PCM power relay, the fuse, and the pump, those are all easy to check.
Try jumping the fuel pump to verify you didn't get a bad part off the shelf, then systematically check the rest of the circuit.
I wouldnt hold my breathe hoping Volume 1 is going to help, your problem is electrical, the rest of the fuel system is already proven to work.
Spoke too soon now dead as a door nail with no fuel pump running when key rolls over. Voltage and ground appear to be getting to the pump but on the low side say 11.12-11.5VWhoa, great news. Hope it is permanent!