The son and I recently picked up an 88 CSX-T that had been sitting in a garage for roughly 2 years. We knew it didn't start but I wasn't too worried about it. As it turns out, it was stored with a full tank of gas. We dropped the tank and pulled the pump and sending unit. The pump was about as corroded as you could expect. We cleaned the tank and sending unit and replaced the pump. Pump didn't prime. We went ahead and replaced the fuel pump relay and ASD relay. The pump primed but no start.When we turned the key, you could hear fuel going through the rail but it sounded like the regulator was stuck open. Primed the pump, clamped off the return, turned the key, she fired up for about a second or 2 and died. Replaced the regulator and checked fuel pressure, 48psi at the rail. Still no start. Did a compression check for giggles and got 130/135/140/130. At this point, I'm thinking the injectors aren't getting power. Put a light bulb in each plug, turned the key, got power. Each injector plug is getting 1.4 ohms. The only way we can get it to run at this point is to use starting fluid. I have a buddy that works at Deatschwerks, so the injectors are getting cleaned and rebuilt. I was told to unplug the MAP sensor and try to start it but I'd already removed the injectors.What am I missing, here?