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What seams to be the problem Jessica ? No fuel ? This vehicle has no inertia fuel cut off switch ! I 'm looking at a wiring diagram for this vehicle, there is a fuel pump relay in the under hood fuse / relay box . In the instrument fuse box is a fuse marked F/P-INJ. fuse 15amp.this supply's power to the fuel pump through the fuel pump relay. If you knew how to do it you check for power at the fuel pump relay ! GM Fuel Pump Relay Testing
you need a fuel pressure gauge to check fuel pressure, it needs to be 35lbs pressure. if you don`t hear the pump working try hitting the fuel tank while someone is trying to start it. if it starts the pump is no good, however this doesn`t necessarily work all the time. these are the easiest ways. next you will have to use a volt meter and find the power wire and ground wire for the fuel pump at the tank.
that's would be the fuel pump dying slowly, you should replace it before it leaves you stranded some place. If you wish to do this on your own please message me back and i will give you detailed instructions on how to preform this operation on the 97' Chevy Cavalier.
1993 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2L SFI OHV 4cyl... - The Fuel Filter is located:
Under vehicle, center, below rear seating area, rear passenger side of fuel tank, mounted in fuel line - The Fuel Pump is located: Inside the tank - The Relay - Fuel Pump is located:
Under hood, passenger side, rear side of strut tower, mounted on fenderwell
I just changed one today (5/28/05) on a 2002 cavalier. A few feet from
the end of the car, located in the middle (basically right after the
trunk). To change it is pretty easy if you take the plastic clips sort
of off (this gave me LOTS of trouble but now I can take off this end in
2 seconds). Just pinch the plastic clip (green on my car) & then
push the platic clip almost out. Then pull that side out (watch out -
you will have gas come out). Then unscrew the other side. I had to take
off another part to unscrew this side because of little room.
Also - BEFORE you start - take off the gas cap, jackstand the car &
I also removed the fuel pump fuse (located in the engine, driver side).
no it doesn't. the fuel pum has a relay that is located in the junction box under the hood if your vehicle is not starting because your not getting fuel check the relay. I use the a/c clutch relay to switch with the fuel pump relay if the vehicle starts just replace the relay if the vehicle doesn't start then you have a bad fuel pump...please rate