Question about 1998 Pontiac Sunfire
Try turning key to on (not start) 3 or 4 times first, ( to prime it more) then try start and see if it runs a little longer. If it's been sitting there is a chance gunk in tank has plugged up filter as well. Make sure you add some fresh gas, as well as some "Heet" to remove any moisture that may have collected as well in tank. If it continues to not start and run, you may need to have a fuel pressure test done to see if pressure is where it should be. Pump getting noisy is also a sign that it may be weak. If pressure is low, change filter first and try it. If no improvement, you'll need a new pump. You'll want a new filter on there if pump needs replacing anyway, so try changing it first, it just might do the trick.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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