Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Yes it's under pressure can can do it by starting the car pull the fuel pump fuse and allow it to die try and restart the car a couple times with the fuse removed after that the pressure should be relieved. if you have a fuel pressure gauge you can do it by connecting it to the strader valve and relieving it that way also
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