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Summary: CHEVROLET/PONTIAC: VARIOUS ELECTRICAL CONCERNS. SIR LIGHT, IP LIGHTS FLICKER/INOPERATIVE, PARKING LAMPS FLICKER/INOPERATIVE, TAIL LAMP DIM/INOPERATIVE, TRUNK OPEN LIGHT, RADIO INOPERATIVE DOOR LOCK INOPERATIVE, NO START, NO CRANK. POSSIB More Information »
Summary: CHEVROLET/PONTIAC/SATURN: ENGINE FAILS TO START AFTER ENGINE CRANKS DUE TO FUEL PUMP WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR NEEDS REPLACING, WITHOUT REPLACING FUEL PUMP COVER ASSEMBLY (FUEL PUMP FLANGE). MODEL 2007-2010 COBALT, G5, ION. *PE More Information »
Why do we need to know about the fuel pump replacement?
If you checked fuse for the power windows,then you need to know that they have a circuit breakers, not relays,so now you need a repair shop or dealer to see if any electronic module controls the windows.
If your asking about one or two windows & the rest work, then the approach is different
Do you have a check engine light on? If yes; try to get the code, have someone loan you a scan tool to access the codes. If you do not have a check engine light on it is not a ecm control issue, ie. (cam or crank sensors etc). Suspect the fuel pump. If you are certain it is working ok. Next is to check the coil pack and Ignition module. Look for spark at the plugs. Pull a plug wire and look / listen for spark to jump out the end to bear metal as you spin the engine trying to start it.
The relay and fuse for the fuel pump are located in the engine compartment
near the battery.
Fuse #9 20A* Powers Fuel Pump Relay
The relay is marked "Fuel Pump Relay" use the box lid to ID the relay position
There is also the fuel pressure regulator, that regulates the fuel pressure. So it might not be the fuel pump. And there is also the fuel pump relay switch that may be faulty. So if i was u, id check there also. Hope this helps u :)
When you state "checked the fuse breakers" did you check for power at the fuse block. Start checking power from the fuse box, then check for power at the end that plugs into your fuel pump. The switch will have to be on for the power to be present. My main concern is, if the fuel pump went out. But it's easier to check for the power first. If you're getting power from all sources, then the fuel pump has went out most likely.