Weird. Start up my car to go to work this morning and get no fire. I was at home by myself at the time so I didn't have an extra set of eyes. I opened the hood and I smelled gas so I figured maybe somehow it was flooded. Killed the battery trying to start it after a few more tries. Got my boss to pick me up for another battery and I get it connected. Still no start. At this point, the wife is home and so I have her stand by the car and see if anything looks fishy. I turn the key and gas squirts out the fuel line. Basically, it's just resting on the fuel rail for the injectors. I'm no mechanic by any means, but is it possible just to replace the connector or do I have to install a whole new fuel line? Thanks in advance for the help everybody.