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Where is the gas line pressure relief at on my 96 pontiac grand am 2.4

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The module has a wire sticking out the end of it. It is on the fuel line after the in-line fuel injectors. Look for the rail (straight pipe) that feeds the fuel injectors. The module is at the end of that "pipe".

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There should be a port.....there in the injector rail.

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