Okay, I have had a few problems since my last post about my EVAP system. I had to change out my steering column, that saved me a ton of money compared to the $1700 Dodge wanted to do it. Two days ago i went out to my truck after work and it wouldn't start. As it turns out the battery was completely drained! I must have done something stupid like leave the dome light on. I got it jump started only to have i die right away. So I tried one more time and reved the engine up to about 4000 RPM when it immediatly died again. I haven't been able to get it started since. I just got my truck home tonight. I suspected the fuel pump but when I turn the ignition switch on I can hear it turn on for a second or two. I pressed in the valve on the fuel rail and held it down, a little fuel sprayed out but not much. Is that normal or should it be a continuous flow? My truck is a 2000 V-10 with 125000 miles on it. I will try to check for spark and any other suggestions anyone has tomorrow after work. The engine will turn over like it should with a good battery hooked to it, but it won't start up. I am concerned that maybe I am not getting enough fuel to the engine, how can I check for this? I have read a lot on the site here and it seems as though the fuel pump is a common failure once a V-10 gets as many miles on it as mine has. Any help would be greatly appriciated. This is my only way of going so eventually my buddies are going to get tired of picking me up for work. Thanks in advance!