Question about 1987 Pontiac Grand Am
My car would not start so we took it down to a shop and they said the fuel pump and fuel injector are bad. Had them replaced. The car runs now but the problem is when you are driving down the street or hwy and you push the gas pedal down about half way the engine looses power. I have to gradually increase power. I also replaced the spark plugs and I am getting ready to replace the fuel pressure regulator. Is there anything else I need to look at? And which relay is for the fuel pump? So I can depressurize the fuel line.
It sounds like it is the pressure regulator..on the cover of the relays inside on the top there usually a diagram of which one it is.. if not i think its the one on far right just pull it out start car it will die out that will relieve the pressure ..
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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