It probably doesnt have a test port. The fuel lines jump from the body on the passenger side to the engine right on top . real easy to see.just need a tool to disconnect the pressure(not return) line and the fittings to hook a "t" into the pressure line. You probably dont have that. Probably cant buy just the fittings you need in a fuel pressure test kit with out buying a large selection.
If you by the disconnect tool you can unhook the line and see what the connectors are like so you can find something to rig up.
If the lines have clamps that would be easy, if they have quick connects some of them have a plastic coller that is "built in" to the line where it hooks to the metal and all you have to do is push it into the hose end and it will release from the steel line.Others you will need a tool like a 3321 KD pictured below or something similar.
Also my last Photo Bump.