I have a 1987 GL Wagon that I cant get started. I changed the noisy fuel pump and filter and fuel press regulater. If I put starting fluid or gas down the TBI it will run till all the fluid/fuel has burned. I doesnt seem to get any fuel to the TBI injector. Any Ideas?
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Could be a small amount of rust got into fuel filter from sitting empty, try changing fuel filter before worrying about the fuel pump.Filters could be partly plugged and its always smart to start with the cheaper fixes first.
undo fuel pipe where it exits the fuel pressure regulater and turn engine over , use bucket and rag to catch pumped fuel , do this for half gallon and reconnect ,, then take spark plugs out and clean with easy start (eather) and replace , should start fine now ,
I have a 1984 Gl Wagon 4WD; the fuel pump is located on the passenger side, on the frame rail under the back door, just in front of the rear wheel. It and the fuel filter are accessed by dropping the mounting plate that also serves as a protective plate. Again, this is the 4WD non-turbo EA81 engine GL Wagon; could be different on the 2WD version.
posible fuel pump, will the car start at all now??? does it crank over and just wont start?? if so.... tap the fuel tank from the drivers side underneath car wth a pece of wood!! not to hard! if it tries to go then its you fuel pump, in some case it will run, if so dont deive it as it could break down at anytime.