Question about Pontiac Trans
No this will not cause the fuel pump to turn off, i suspect you have a defective fuel pump, the regulator is a simple mechanical deivce and has no electrical connection to the fuel pump circuit, u are describing a classic symptom of a failing/defective fuel pump, in order to replace the fuel pump u must remove the differential assembly drop the gas tank out and replace the pump that is located inside the fuel tank, u really need a car lift to do this, it darn near imposs on the ground.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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