Q: Q: Not Starting

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I'm working on a 2004 Cavalier and while holding the gas pedal down it acts like it wants to start but when I'm not holding it down it just keeps turning over. I can here the fuel pump buzz and the ignition module has ben changed but it will not get enough gas to start the car.

My car has 204 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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