Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Fuel pumps are a real common problem for these cars you can hear them run and they can still be bad because they leak the fuel pressure back into the tank instead of holding steady there is a test port under the hood on the fuel rail ontop of the intake there is a plastic cap on it and if you unscrew the cap it looks like valve steam in a tire hook up a fuel pressure tester there (you can borrow one from autozone or kragen for free) fuel pressure should be at least 50psi with the key in the on position and hold there steady if its less or if the pressure starts to drop replace the fuel pump
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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