Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
94 Grand Am looses power and abuses fuel. What is going on? Where is the fuel filter? Could that be the problem? Can I change it my self?
Your fuel filter is probably on the fuel pump or on the fire wall of your engine - Mostly likely off of your fire wall. If it is loosing power have your catalytic convertor checked. Change your fuel pump, this could be your problem. All of these you can change yourself. I don't believe that a '94 Grand AM has an access panel to the fuel pump so you will have to drop the tank - Just make sure that it is below a 1/2 tank before dropping it. Buy a Chilton and it will give you step by step direction. Good luck!
Posted on May 16, 2009
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