'95 will have the lower pressure system with return fuel line.
Should have about 45psi at the fuel rail.
Fuel pressure is maintained by the FPR(fuel pressure regulator) on the fuel rail, it has a vacuum line attached.
Inside the FPR is a rubber diaphragm and a spring to hold it closed, this maintains fuel pressure, when engine starts the vacuum in the intake pulls open the diaphragm a bit allowing fuel to flow back to the tank at idle, as RPMs increase and vacuum is less, so more fuel stays in the rail.
There is also a check valve on the fuel pump, so fuel can flow out of the tank but not back in on that line.
These two things hold fuel pressure at the rail when engine is off, and also maintain pressure when engine is running.
I would cycle the key on and off a few times, that is normal for the fuel pump to run only 2 seconds each time key is turned on, so count to 3 with key on then turn it off and on again.
Test the pressure at the rail, then cycle key on and off a few more times and wait for 5 minutes and then test the pressure, if there is little to no pressure then either the FPR is not working or the check valve isn't.