Question about Pontiac Grand Am
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Check cranking fuel pump pressure. If no (or very low) reading, you might try replacing the fuel filter. Try running the cranking fuel pump pressure check again. If the readings are unchanged from the initial test, then you may, in fact, have a failed fuel pump.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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