the easiest way to check for spark is to pull a spark plug
wire off the coil. Pull a spark plug
wire off the coil before you start the engine. Place the boot back on the coil but don't press it all the way down until it clicks on. This way when you start the engine you can lift the wire slowly off the coil watching for the spark to jump to the wire. You don't want to get your hand close to the coil electrode or you could get shocked. hold the wire a ways back and only lift so you can either hear or see the spark jump then put the wire back on the coil. If you have spark you have CKP (crank position sensor) signal.
If you have spark then you check for fuel pressure and injector pulse. You check injector pulse at the injector harness connector at the injector. Unplug one of the injectors and use a yest light that goes from one wire to the other wire in the harness connector. When cranking the engine the test light should flash when the computer tells the injector to fire. If it does flash you should measure your fuel pressure. You will need a gauge. You can't just push on the valve and say you have pressure. You have to measure how much pressure you have. Spec. is 41-47 psi.
if you have no spark, ignition module, CRK sensor, power to the module would have to be checked. If you have no injector pulse it could be the computer, power or the passlock. If you have no fuel pressure it could be power, computer, relay or fuel pump. Or other things... It gets complicated sometimes.