Question about 2001 Chevrolet Malibu
I'm having a difficult time understanding what you are saying...It almost looks like someone's answer got mixed with your question. I would check the filter though...even if it turns out to not be the problem likely it has not been serviced (often overlooked) so you will not waste money doing this.
Fuel systems are pressurized and I have yet to see one vapor lock. If you can no longer crank the engine, you may have discharged the battery while trying to start it. Charge the battery or any testing of electronics will be invalid.
Good luck, I hope Ive helped somewhat!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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