Your cap lock is stuck on. It is hard to read.
It requires you get a gauge that plugs into a nipple ("service port") on top of the fuel rail. It is supposed to be a specific number. You've replaced the fuel pump years ago but that may not mean the pressure is correct. It could be too low or too high and can cause problems like that.
Edit - Something like this is what you need to check fuel pressure:
I'm not saying that it is the fuel pressure but if you work on your own cars, you occasionally need special tools to do it.