My Grand AM just quit running. I found the valve by the steering pump and pressed in on it and not fuel came out. Does this mean I need a new fuel pump?
Won't start on 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by Oakman ,
October 28, 2010
You may or may not need a fuel pump - more testing should be done first. I would recommend to check for proper voltage to the electrical connector at the fuel tank. If you have 12v at that point then chances are the fuel pump is at fault, if not you will need to check further to find out why not.
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