However, thank you for the Bosch injection link, however, the FSM link is of great interest to me however appears to be broken.
Sorry about that. I fixed the link in previous post. But here it is again anyway: Model 107 Maintenance Manual Index
Have you checked the fuel flow? You may know this, but some new owners have hooked up the fuel lines incorrectly. The supply line from the pump finds it's way to the front of the fuel rails (diferent cars have different rails, but in principle they are all like this) From there, flow splits and passes to rear of rails where they recombine through Fuel Pressure regulator . The fuel passes through a pressure damper and then flows back to tank.
If this is connected correctly, you might measure the fuel flow you get on the line leaving the damper. (You will have to jumper relay, or provide 12V to pump directly. You should get 2L/min (1L/30 sec is the spec)
While you have that line disconnected, make sure you can blow through the return line to the tank (there is a nozzle inside tank that gets clogged)
If you are not getting flow, common problem for cars that have been sitting, is sludge in tank, clogged tank screen and plugged up fuel filter. It could be that you just get enough fuel to start the car, but not to keep it running.