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1 fuse 1 relay 1 fuel pump that realy hates when you run it out of gas. open gas door remove cap have someone listen to hear pump "whine" when you turn key on . give fuel tank a good whack
this may work 1 time (seen many no starts that when tow truck brings them in i go out and driveinto shop then wont go again)
you gotta drop tank to test for power grey wire to pump
Check all the connections that go to the pump and make sure they are all clean and tight.Also check the fuel pump relay and make sure it has good contact in the pins that it goes into.Swap it with another relay and see if it works all the time.If it does then replace the relay.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Wait, first check the fuel pump, fuel filter and the ignition coils. If your fuel pump goes bad, it will start to heat up a lot and **** the voltage from your alternator, indirectly lower your battery voltage and can also be linked to coil failure. It will act up more when there is less than 1/4 gas in the tank. you can check the coils by getting a new or used coil and using the process of elimination (very rarely do all 3 go bad, if your car finally turns on and shakes so much that it feels as if will turn off but never does and your voltage goes way down then its at least 1 of your coils). The fuel filter should be changed if it hasn't been changed in the last year ( I recommend it for these cars as bad gas causes much damage) and check to see if fuel is getting to your engine. These cars also have fuel leaks around the front of the car especially where the 2 metal fuel lines meet under the front passenger side (the rubber connector wears out). If you're fuel pump is bad I then recommend changing your fuel pump relay as voltage and pressure will adjust. I hope this helps. Good luck
What you need to do is have an assistant turn the key on (not try to start, just turn the key on) while you have the gas cap removed and your ear down by the gas tank fill tube. When they turn the key on you should hear a whirl only for 3-7 seconds. If you hear nothing more than likely you will need to change your fuel pump. Attempt this test on several tries at different times several hours apart before you **** your tank out to give it ample time to relieve any fuel pressure that may be built up thus causing your pump not to respond. BUT, if you are not getting any fuel you are not getting any pressure built up so it should be making some sound. How many miles do you have on this vehicle? 9 times out of 10, sorry to say, you'll be replacing the fuel pump. It sounds like to me that you have thourouly checked every other possible thing. Good luck my friend. Let us know how you come out.