Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Alero
It is the timing chain, replace that and it will be solved!!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
The fuel rail that feeds the injectors will have a valve on it (some look like tire valves). If capped, remove it and see if you can get it to spit gasoline after trying to start; it should have some pressure even several seconds after turning over if the fuel pump is working.
You may also have clogged filter since I have noticed that in this era of artificially 'short' fuel supplies, some of the gas I've seen isn't fit for the lawnmower, let alone a car. If you can catch some of the gas (assuming some comes out) look at it to see if it is clear.
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