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I cant find the reset botton on my 1988 grand prix.

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    yadayada Mar 15, 2011

    Reset button for what may i ask? If you mean fuel pump there is no reset button, you have this confused with Fords that dso have a button for the pump.

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There is no reset button for the fuel pump on GM vehicles.

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