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I went in the store and came back out and it wouldnt turn over. people said it probably the fuel pump fuse..but we cant locate it. do u have an idea where it might be?

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    Our 1985 Firebird was parked for 2 years and know it dosnt start. I spray gas down the intake and it will run as long as I keep spraying gas in the intake. I put 5 fresh gallons of gas in the tank since it is parked on the driveway on a slight hill with the nose of the cars higher then the gas tank. Bad fuel pump if the fuses are ok? Adolph

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There are fuses all over...theres one under driver side and there is one on the passenger side you have to remove the black guard and you will see them

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