Question about Chevrolet Malibu
First turn the ignition key to the on position without trying to start the engine. You should hear the fuel pump running in the tank for 5 seconds each time you turn the key on. If not heard then check the fuel filter by loosening the line towards the engine. If fuel comes out of that reattach the filter to the line. If no fuel is seen replace the filter for its clogged up. Then check the fuel pump fuse, relay, & then the pump in that sequence. One of those items will be at fault.
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