I think the water got in by overcranking and using a water hose with pressure forced water into motor. Anything I should try that dosnt need a compression gauge, don't have one. Should I see if it will fire with starting fluid?
until you know what the problem is and was caused by, the starting fluid is only going to cause parts puke...you still won't know what the problem is..
If you are sure the water got in by the hose or over cranking, and it has only been partially wet....change the oil and filter, spin the oil pump by hand and make sure you have pressure. If and only if, would I then try starting fluid...i.e. that would be the last resort.
It may be as simple as start being inhibited by interlock/solenoid or water in a needed sensor preventing it from answering properly....you will need a wiring diagram and multimeter to check this, or else a box of spare parts.