Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am
Has 50 psi key on. drops to 42 running. But will not stay running.
#1: Is this your first encounter with this issue, and have you changed any Pump, Sensor or FPR, since its a 2001, if not what are the Miles thus far on this vehicle! If you are the first owner, you would have all the answers, if you are not, then ask yourself the questions I am!
I would reset the ECU, and do a fresh diagnostic, if no codes or info on Fuel Pressure Regulator, just replace your dying Fuel Pump! You will be happy for a very long time...
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Posted on Apr 02, 2015
Change your fuel pressure regulator valve simple this is your problem. thanks the FixYA team. if you need further help please let me know. Sounds like that 42 psi keeps dropping until it has not enough pressure to open the injectors and simple starves out of fuel.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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