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Re: 1989 formula firebird
On that particular model, you'll have to unbolt the rear end enough to lower it to gain access to dropping the tank. Use a jack and lower it about 6 - 8 inches. Once you're done that, you'll be able to remove the gas tank and access the fuel pump to replace it.
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There should be a valve on your injector fuel rail. looks lie a valve stem in a tire. , depress the valve and see if fuel sprays out. you may want to get a fuel pressure gauge to check and see what kind of pressure you getting if any at all. ,
put a small amount of fuel in the intake near the throttle plate then crank and see if it fires, if it does then it's a fuel problem, if it does not fire then pull a plug wire and put a philips head screw driver into the plug wire hold it 1/4 inch away from a good ground then have someone crank it over, you should see spark and it should be blue, if not then you have a ignition problem a bad coil or cam sensor but need to know what you found out on the two tests I told you first to give you a direction to go.
your electronic fuel injectors should have a similar connector as another make sure you didn't connect the wrong piece to you electronic fuel injection wires, the connection should be a 2 hole plug and should run from the coil to the intake