Question about 1995 Pontiac Bonneville
Yes do as other answer and, under the hood you will see metal and rubber tubes that carry fuel
they go to each bank of cylinders - one front and other behind
there is a valve- looks like air valve on tire
remove cap- unscrew with fingers
push in the centre pole in valve
if pump is not working there will be almost no spray of fuel out when pole is pushed in valve-if there is lots of gas spraying from valve, the pump should be ok- only way to really tell is to put gas pressure gauge on- should be about 30-35 psi normal fuel pressure
Posted on Sep 26, 2014
Listen for fuel pump in tank when turning key to "on" position. If pump is not working, check pump relay and fuse (probably in engine compartment fuse panel). If fuse and relay are good, suspect pump has failed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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