To make a long story short, I was running low on gas (1/16th tank on gauge...ie: not quite to the empty line) and heading to a gas station when the car died. I'm assuming the gauge isn't perfectly accurate and it just ran dry. Another thing to consider is I just washed the car an hour before. The tank filler spot was FULL of water (drain hole plugged) so the entire filler cap was submerged in water. The filler cap appeared to have been sealed well, and I do not believe it allowed water in the tank, but is still something to consider. If water was introduced into the tank, it couldn't have been more than a 1/2 cup, if any. I then got 6 gallons of gas and tried to re-start the car. For the first 10-15 cranking attempts it wouldn't even fire. Then, it would fire and then die immediately. After even more cranking, I could get the car to fire and rev to 3000-4000k rpm quickly and then die. In other words, it seems to be improving but still no where near running. I cranked and cranked (again, with breaks in between) thinking maybe a little contaminated gas got in the tank and I figured I'd "flush it though" till I got to the good stuff I just put in. No go. After trying off and on to get the damn thing started for 30 minutes, I gave up as I didn't want to fry the starter and things weren't improving anyways. Suggestions? I'm thinking of replacing the fuel pump, filter, and retry? Should I have the injectors bench cleaned/flow tested while doing all this? I'm assuming it cant hurt on 27 year old injectors? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.