Ok, so Im new to Elantras but not cars. It all started off with crystalized ethenol in my gas tank clogging up my injectors. Oh, I have a 2000 Elantra Sedan GLS 2.0 manual, 15x,xxx miles. Car sat for 3 years or so until I got a hold of it. After I started driving it the car became sluggish and check engine light flashed. After weeks of investigation I discovered a mound of brown power-ish stuff on top of injectors. Cleaned them, re installed and after a few days the problenm started back. Looked at the tank and saw that it was almost fulled covered with brown crap. So until I got the money for a new tank I had to remove the injectors and clean every few days. The taking off and putting back on I wore the banjo bolt till it broke. OK, IM SCREWED!!! No one has it listed cant get to the junk yard. CRAP!!! So, I have a fuel rail from an Audi TT laying around. So I mad it fit, cut hoses and all. Only problem, cant bolt it down, different mounting holes. So I did what I had to and tied it down. Every so ofter I had to check it because the injectors would slip out and leaek gas. One night, I checked eveything and drove home. Before getting home I decided to pull into a gas station to check just so I can feel good bout it. When I pull in I see my reflection from another car and, CRAP!!!! ORANGE GLOW FROM UNDERNEATH MY CAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It leaked and caught fire. I hurried up and put the fire out. It burnted a few wires, AC belt and timing cover. So heres my problem. I said screw the AC belt and timing cover for right now, I got to get the car back on the road. I rewired the injector harness and all the wires in that loom that goes to the firewall, the best I could. I know the wires there are for injectors, AC compressor, cam sensor, crankshaft sensor?, and a ground on the IM. Anything else on that loom? Does anyone have a wire diagram for those wires? After rewiring everything I attempted to crank the car. The engine turned but no fire. I disconnected the fuel line and tried again, no fuel was pumping out. The fuel pump isnt too old. I was thinking the fuel pump relay but dont want to spend any unessisary money, I have a newborn baby and a wife to support. Could any of the wires burnt affect the fuel pump? I tested the wires to the pump to the best of my ability(battery dead so had to have another vehicle connected to my car) and had no power to pump, I think I did have ground. Im tired of messing with this and spending usless money. The is my father-in-laws car and he plans on giving me the car if I can fix it. I have no other source of transportation and need this fixed ASAP. I know alot about mechanical work.