The car has 245,000 miles and other than the fuel filter, which I change about every 18 to 24 months, everything else fuel related is original to the car. The car refused to fire two days ago. I towed it home and suspected a fuel filter, it was due for one. Slithered under the car and changed it. The engine fired right up and I took it for a test drive. Next day I get in it and go exactly one mile and it dies on the road. I can crank it all day but no fire. I checked relays, checked for spark at the plugs and all are satisfactory. I do not have a fuel pressure gauge to see if I have pressure. I tend to suspect the fuel pump may be the problem, but when I engage the key into the start position, I hear the fuel pump come on for its prime of the fuel line, then click off. Any thoughts?