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Is there a fuse for the fuelpump on a 1992 firebird,and where would it be located,the car set for about 8 months gas just drips from the injectors its a throttle body injection 305 I changed the fuel filter same output so I checked fuel line pressure by removing the filter and puting a inline gauge there I have no pressure,and cant hear the pump activate.

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Since the car sat for a while, I would first pull each fuse and relay, one at a time, and plug them back in to wipe the electrical contacts free of any corrosion that has formed. Most of them should be located together os this shouldn't take long.

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