Question about 1991 Pontiac Grand Am
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel pump
I would first take the trunk lining out and see if there is a trap door to acces the top of the fuel tank. If there is not one, you will have to drop the fuel tank out from under the car. It's easier than it looks. Just make sure you look everything over first, and make sure you have something to prop the tank up with because I'm sure it has gas in it. And remember: NO SMOKING! Loosen the strap bolts that hold the tank in place and it will drop down giving you access to the top. The fuel pump should be in the top of the tank with the float assembley. It will probly take a hammer and a flat screw driver to spin the ring to get the unit out. Once you have it loose (or before) remove the hoses and wires, remembering which goes where! Installation is reverse of the above.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 Pontiac Grand Am - fuses
check fuse in your fuse box if all the fuse are good you may have different problem
1- loose fuse
2- loose wire
3-electrical switch panel light is bad
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Your vehicle's fuel pump relay is located on the relay center, behind the glove box, 2nd column of relays, 2nd one from the top.
Posted on May 23, 2009
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.Sit in the car.....turn on the ignition switch to run.....listen very closely to the rear of the car...or have someone kneel down by the back wheel.....you should hear a "prime cycle"......the pump running for 2 or 3 seconds if the key was off for 15 seconds before trying this.If you hear silence you most likely need a fuel pump.Before pulling the tank down....check for power on the gray wire at the fuel tank connector just ahead of the rear axle under the car.Check for power with a test light that will last for 2 to 3 seconds as you turn on the key to run.Power means you really most likely need a pump.No power means you may need a fuse or a fuel pump relay.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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