It started to spit white smoke, sputtered and few times and that was it. The fuel filter was full of water. Changed the filter and disconnected the fuel tank, cleaned it out and reconnected it. Refueled w/ new prefiltered fuel and still nothing.
I agree with erps. I think that you ran water through your injector pump, and you now have a pump and injector lines, and injectors full of water and air. Usually, people only have to bleed air from the system. In this case, I think that you need to get water and
I would advise bleeding the system until you are sure that only fuel is getting to the injector pump. Given the circumstance, I would go so far as to remove
the fuel inlet for the pump, and bleed the whole system to that point. If you have bleed ports on your injector pump, I would then bleed the pump. Then, I would remove each injector and carefully clean, and inspect it.
Replace the injector, and back off the high pressure nut on each injector, and crank the engine (with the raw water seacock closed) in order to bleed the line until you get pure fuel. Fuel should spurt out as the engine cranks. Be careful not to crank the engine for more than 60 seconds at one time. Let the starter motor cool off for at least 5 minuites if you crank it for a full minuite.
Tighten the nut, and crank the engine some more. The engine should start within a minuite.