Would a problem with a fuel pump cause a car to crank and not start? It's like it's not getting the fuel it needs to start. I pushed the gas to the floor and tried and it and it didn't start and pushed the gas to the floor and cranked it again and it started. It only does it when the car is warm, never when it's cold. So it's times when you run into a store for a few minutes, come back and then it has to act like a dick. It doesn't always do it. I wonder what would cause it to be so sporadic? It had two episodes yesterday and other days it's just fine. Let me clarify about the gas pedal. I push it to the floor, release and then crank. I don't hold the pedal down while cranking and I just tried it for the first time yesterday. Could it be the filter? Or something w/the ignition? I found a TSB on it. Just says: Failing Component: Engine And Engine Cooling Engine Summary: Intermittent no crank, no start condition. To include 2002 - 2006 saturn vehicles.