I agree with Bill. The extra tests that it shows (with special tools that the dealer has) is to disconnect the fuel lines, pressurize the rail, and see if it holds pressure. If it leaks down, the checks from there are FPR and injectors. If you are not getting gas into the FPR vacuum line, that would eliminate that, and as quickly as it leaks down, I would doubt an injector.
The other half is then tested, and the solutions for that if it leaks down are lines or the pump itself. So, if the FPR and lines have been ruled out...it leaves the pump.
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