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Hi, I just watched your video. Does this happen after the car sits for a while? If so, let it sit overnight. The next day put the key in the ignition and turn it to ON but do not try to start it. Go from ON to OFF multiple times leaving it in the ON position for about 3 seconds. After doing this try to start the car. If it fires right up you have a bad check valve in the fuel pump and fuel is draining back into the tank so the initial cranking has no fuel in the lines to the engine. Let me know how this test turns out.
If the test works as I said you will need a new fuel pump assembly, located in the fuel tank.
It could. From the video it looks like it is starved for fuel. That would be a good place to start since those relays do get very hot. That or the powertrain relay.