First take off the air duct that connects to the throttle body and get a funnel and some straight gasoline and pour about a 1/4 to 1/2 a cup of gas into the throttle body and make sure you push the throttle valve/lever thing down to let the gas pass into the intake. Put the air duct back onto the throttle body then try to start it. If it starts that means you're not getting fuel. At that point get a fuel pressure gauge and check the fuel pressure and/or your hold pressure. If it still does not start after pouring gas into the throttle body then it is indeed a spark and/or electrical problem. I always eliminate the fuel question first and work from there.