Question about 2003 Chevrolet Malibu
Car was stuck in a snow drift for about 2 hours. Finally got it out of the drift and the car lost power quickly and stalled. The battery went completely dead. Inside of the engine compartment was packed full of snow. We put it in the garage and let all of the snow melt out of it and dry out for about a week. Replaced the battery. Now it is all dried out and won't start. The engine will crank. I have spark to the plugs. I do not hear the fuel pump turning on when I first turn the key. There is no smell of gas and it doesn't appear that the gas is getting to the plugs when I take them out. I also checked the fuel pump relay and that is fine.
Sounds like you need a new fuelpump. you should be able to hear it when you turn the key in on position.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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