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1996 2-door Chevy Tahoe won't start.

We are getting fuel to the injectors but I am not sure of the pressure. How can I check the pressure (what is minimum needed) and where is the fuel pump located if it needs replacing?

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On the driverside of the engine towards the back of the intake your fuel lines run there. you will see a black cap that covers the fuel pressure test port. you will need to get a pressure tester if you do not have one. it will screw onto the fitting there. your pressure should be 40 to 60 psi. as for the fuel pump it is located in the fuel tank. it is the fuel module. it contains the fuel pump and sending unit. I hope this helps.
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