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Car stopped,,cranks but won,t fire,,2004 grand am,,possibly fuel pump,,need advice and location of pump

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Did you check the ignition system for spark? The fuel pump is in the gas tank. There should be a test port on your fuel rail that looks like a tire valve with a cap on it. Have someone crank the car while you depress the schrader valve and see if you get fuel. Do that first then get back to me.

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