Your pickup is a fuel-injected vehicle versus an old carburetor type. By running the vehicle out of fuel, you have air in the fuel lines and the injectors. The fuel pump cannot push out the air which is causing your problem. I'm sure that if you had a repair manual, it would explain the proper procedure for bleeding the fuel lines. The same problem occurs with diesel engines as well.
Probably the fuel pump.
In order to jump start a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt, you are going to need a pair of jumper cables. You need to connect your car with a running vehicle.
a motor needs fuel, spark, and air to run. Check your plugs, unplugged sensor wires, distributer cap.
Hard to start, Not wanting to run, Low power, won't stay running.
all you have to do is run water hoes in the hood of your car and start it why the water is running in to it =)
I have the same truck and installed a remote start/alarm.I went to the library computer and used their online resource called ALLDATA.
The same as any other vehicle. Start at the right rear, then left rear, then right front, and end up at the left front.
Replace the fuel filter and then use a can of spray starter fluid to get it started.
I have recently removed a 1992 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from a junkyard truck, and also my '92 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from my fathers truck and installed the new one I removed from the junk yard truck...let me just inform you, it's not easy. Start at the bottom removing those screws and work your way up is my best suggestion.
If your 2003 Silverado is lurching or jerking when you start it the most common issue is the fuel pump.
Check for loose or corroded battery cables, burnt-out fusible link, or burnt-out main fuse in fuse panel.