Why won't my Chevy Malibu would not start?

ashleymgarner
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Asked by ashleymgarner Mar 03, 2013 at 09:03 PM about the 1999 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car problems engine would not turn over.

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judge_roy
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there is the dreaded emergency fuel cuttoff, somehow your front bumper touched another car and triggered an emergency shutoff of the fuel...gonna have to look it up where the reset button is...bare with me-

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judge_roy
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something tells me its a little red button in the trunk or under the backseat rear that resets the fuel-....lost my documentation or would be more exact...sorry.

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judge_roy
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yes someone touched your bumper, and yes your fuel went into emergency mode. RED button, shouldn't be too tough to spot this in the trunk, driver's rear or behind the rear seatcushion.

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tenspeed
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Does the engine spin but not fire?

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jyazz123
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Yes battery is ok and alternator is ok

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