For these kind of things I use a cheap mechanics stethoscope and remove the probe part so it's just an open pipe at the end.
and you can just move the probe end round until the hiss increases in volume.
Used this last month to diagnose a leaking inlet manifold that turned out to be a 2mm break when dismantled.
BUT that was for an inlet vacuum leak.
which could be your fault or it could be fuel supply.
so my test for this is a gallon can and fuel pipe substituted into the fuel pump inlet.
this isolates the tank lines and filter.
I even have a line with a12v pump/filter fitted to completely isolate the cars fuel tank and supply lines.
Just the same principle as using a slave battery to jump a flat battery car.
If it starts you know the starter lead/grounds are fine.
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