I did this today, and indeed there was voltage via pin 1 to the fuel pump, but the fuel pump just wouldn't activate. I tried jumping fuse 14 to 22 again, nothing.
Then, suddenly, I tried jumping the fuse again, and it worked. Now the car starts up and runs, although it sounds perhaps a tad bit jiggly like it occasionally does after not starting for a while. I have no idea what the problem was, but I'm still pretty sure the fuel pump needed replacement.
Thanks for all the help! I was desperate for a while there - I was SURE it was the wire from the fusebox to the pump, and that wouldn't have been fun tracing. Hopefully the car stays running now.
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