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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Many of the Pontiacs of that era up to even present models had an access panel in the trunk that you could access through the back seat pass through.
Its been a while since I seen the inside of a Firebird, but in thinking about it the back seat pass through may not be present on the Firebird, but it may be worth the time to lift up the carpeting in the trunk area and see if there is an access panel to the fuel pump.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 pontiac firebird
A good way to tell if its the fuel pump, is to have someone listen underneath the car when you turn the key, you should hear the pump start to prime before you attempt to start the car. I had a similar problem with this on my 2000 Trans Am-it ended up being my ignition relay-open your underhood fuses an look for the relay labeled IGN an switch it out with another relay in the fuse panel, many of them are similar so it shouldn't matter-i used a fan relay myself-try to start the car an see if that helps-they are fairly cheap mine was only about $15 i believe hope this helps
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
SOURCE: 87 firebird fuel pump
Remove the exhaust, drop the rear end, remove the fuel cap, and surrounding rubber flange. remove the two hanger straps (be sure to have fuel tank supported so it doesn't just fall out. Remove hoses/electrical connector. Pull tank out, and remove metal lock ring that holds fuel pump assembly in place. Remove fuel pump assembly. Installation is reverse of removal. I have had 7 of these cars, and am currently driving one now. If you have any other questions about it, please ask!
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
see if your car has a fuel filter and check its not blocked, or see if your fuel lines from the tank to the motor and dented or blocked
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
It could be that you have picked up a batch of dirty fuel that has clogged the gauze input filter that is part ot the fuel pump inside the fuel tank.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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