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Try this. While somebody cranks the engine over whack the bottom of the fuel tank (about dead center) with a rubber mallet. If the vehicle starts replace the pump. The fuel pump is kept cool by the fuel in the tank. Running the tank dry is hard on the fuel pump.
Just check your fuses, i never heard of a pump reset switch on a 97 monte carlo,I know ford vehicles carry them (inertia switch). U have to check fuses & fuel pump relay or just a bad fuel pump is common on chevy vehicles.
I know there is not one on the 96 models. I fought a fuiel pump related
issue on our 96. There are several sensors that must be working before
the fuel pump will run. Start with the crankshaft sensor, then look at
the camshaft sensor, finally there is a relay that actually runs the
fuel pump. The relay should be under the hood with the fuses.
use reset switches on the fuel pump circuit. The only company I know of
that does is Ford and Ford companies like Mazda and Jaguar.