Q: 1983 Chevy Malibu not getting fuel after fuel pump and filter replaced

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Replaced fuel filter and fuel pump and car is still not getting fuel, car started briefly when starter fluid was used, lines añd hoses are in good condition, connections are solid and no leaks frim lines or fittings
My car has an automatic transmission.

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