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05 chevy impala will crank over but will not start, changed the fuel filter it was extremely dirty the fuel pump is working.

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First check for spark at any of the sparkplugs if you have spark then check your fuel pressure.Just because its working does'nt mean it has enough pressure for it to run.It may be a weak pump.

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