Hello guys, new to this. But I have a 2012 Chevrolet Malibu LT 2.4L Engine w/Flex fuel and I'm curious as to why it will sometimes start, and sometimes not. I believe and have been told it's my fuel pump. Did the checking for the clicking noise to know that it is pumping fuel, changed out the fuel relay with a new one and everything. Is it the fuel pump or like a connector of some sort? Like I said the weird thing is that it SOMETIMES happen. It has never shut off while driving, never acts up when I'm driving, it's only when I shut off the car completely and try to crank it back up again it sputters like it's a bad fuel pump but if I leave it alone for a couple of hours or a day it'll start back working. Help please.

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