Telling us you have "lots of fuel pressure" doesn't exactly tell us much.
What specifically is the fuel pressure. Don't assume that because there is fuel present at the rail, that you have enough or the proper fuel pressure.
Are you saying you checked to see if you got a P1260 code or you checked the codes and that was what you got?
Put a fuel pressure gauge on it, turn the key to on, then write down the exact fuel pressure.
Then start the vehicle and keep track of exactly what the fuel pressure does while cranking, then when it starts, then when it dies. Let us know what you get.
You will need to check the injectors for pulse with a noid light. See your local part store, they run about $20 or they may rent them out.
Let us know if the light flashes, stays on or goes out, while cranking, running and when it is dying.
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