Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
It is most likely the fuel regulator. It is near fuel rail and is disc shaped with a fuel line in and out. Remove the fuel line in to verify fuel getting to that point- take precautions, there will be a few pounds of fuel pressure stored. Have someone turn key on holding fuel line in a can. It should spray immediately, if so your fuel pump and filter are good. Do same thing on out line from regulator. if nothing the regulator is bad. If gas does come out, regulator good. If regulator is good you may have a spark issue. Is this a 2.4? If it is, the distributor packs are known to go bad in them and that is under center shroud over engine. Let me know and I can walk you through this fix if need be?!!? Check out my blog http://wecanfixanything.blogspot.com/. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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