The car was running fine, but I pulled it in the garage and the next morning it wouldn’t start. I’m getting fuel, spark, and air. However, I think I’m getting too much fuel. All of the cylinders have fuel sitting in them, about 1/8" deep. It seems to flood in about 5 seconds of trying to start it. At around 8-10 cranks you can smell it. If I pull the fuse to the fuel pump, the car turns over about 5 times and then almost starts, but then it runs out of fuel. I plug the fuse back in and within a few cranks it’s flooded again.
It’s hard to imagine that all 4 injectors have failed at the same time. I’m not sure if it could be a faulty fuel regulator or pump? I disconnected the fuel line by the engine and captured 6-8 ounces of fuel and it looks fine. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated! Figured I would ask before randomly throwing money at it.