Problem occurs hot or cold. 82000 miles. If I try to start the car normally, without touching the gas pedal, it cranks, but won't start. I can only get then get it to start if I remove and dry out the very wet spark plugs and keep gas pedal to floor when cranking. So it's getting gas (maybe too much?). If I start out with the gas pedal to the floor it starts and runs just fine from then on, until the next time I need to start the car. Put new NGK spark plugs, no change. Ignition coils look clean, tried swapping between cylinders, no change. Used OTC6589 HEI Spark Tester, good spark from on all 4 coils. Occasionally get P0300, or 301 or 302 or 303 or 304 DTC misfire code during the extended cranking. P0304 seems most often. But I suspect these codes are a byproduct of the crank/no start, not a cause. Many times, no codes. Checked the fuel injector resistance, 9.8, 9.8, 9.8 and 10.0. It just seems like there is too much fuel at startup. I checked the plugs one time BEFORE trying to start, just to see if the injectors leaked fuel after shutting the car off. They were dry. To review, the engine starts with the gas pedal to the floor and runs just fine once it starts. Any thoughts?