Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Alero
Where the car runs on starter cleaner, this is definitely a fuel problem...
Could be a few things:
Do you hear the fuel pump running outside the car (for a few seconds) when you turn the key on (engine off)?
If not it might be the pump or the pump relay (in the engine compartment fuse and relay box)
If so, it might be:
Clogged inline fuel filter (in the fuel line from the pump to the engine)
Bad fuel pressure regulator
Did you check the fuse and wires to see if you have power (and a good ground) to your engine computer (controls fuel injectors), this could also be the culprit (without power to the computer there is no way for the engine to get fuel).
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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