Got a strange one here for you. I have a 2002 Mustang GT Convertible. About 3 months ago, I noticed water was starting to get into my trunk, and today I just cleaned out about 10 gallons of water underneath my spare tire from some recent rains. The carpet probably needs replacing. So it's obvious the convertible top is leaking somehow. And about the same time ago when the top started to leak, my Mustang started acting erratically, sputtering and dying. Acts almost as if there is water in the fuel. Now it won't start. It turns over, but won't ignite. The fuel pump switch is pushed down, and doesn't need resetting. Any chance this water in the trunk is finding it's way into the fuel tank directly below it. I for sure would say NO, but stranger things have happened. Friends are saying the fuel pump finally went out, which is probably the case. It is just very strange that it dies, sputters, loses power, right at the same time water is being collected in the truck under my spare tire. Can anyone make any sense of this? Or do I just need to spend $500-$600 to get the fuel pump changed..... Any theories or help would be appreciated. Thanks!