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need to check fuel pressure, not just listen for pump to run, also check reading on coolant temp sensor, but sounds like fuel pump /filter issue. just because you hear pump run doesnt mean its putting our right amount of pressure. also check for plugged catylic convertor
check if you have fuel.a fuel pump is a common problem on cavalier.get an assistant to hit the bottom of the fuel tank with a rubber hammer while you crank it over.it should fire up.if it does it needs a fuel pump.don't attempt to drive.it will die again.
It sounds like you have a bad fuel pump, a bad fuse to the fuel system, or the cut-off switch was tripped to the fuel pump. Check you owner's manual to check the cut-off switch reset. If this doesn't fix the problem and you have replaced the fuse to the fuel system then you will most likely have to replace the fuel pump. Start with the easiest solution first before replacing the fuel pump.
there is no fuel pump cut off switch on this car, it is possible the fuel pump module was damaged from this accident, u will have to have the fuel pump circuit tested for faults before replacing the pump, don't guess, this is an expensive repair
Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector.
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections.
Punctured or damaged fuel tank
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Improperly adjusted or worn/malfunctioning carburetor/fittings.this should help u get that fixed Helping one person at a time Shaun