1987 Bonneville Fuel Pressure Problem
I'm new to the forum because I'm looking to get my old 87 Bonnie running again.
In 2001, she died and I never got around to figuring out what the problem was. I had 2 cars so I just let her sit in the back yard exposed to the elements.
Well, now I want to see if I can get her up and running again.
I put a new battery in and the motor cranks but won't start. Interior lights, door chime, and gauges seem to work.
I put a fuel pressure test gauge on the fuel rail but there'* no pressure. I can't hear the fuel pump...pumping.
So I'm thinking that maybe the fuel pump, relay, or PCM is dead.
I've read on the forum that there should be a fuel pump relay bypass wire near the battery that'* either green or grey but I can't seem to find it.
The only green wire I see is connected to the horn.
Would someone be so kind to post a picture of what this wire looks like and where it is?
Also, where is the the fuel pump relay? I removed the hush panel and look under the glovebox but I didn't see anything that looks like a relay.
Of course any advise is appreciated as well.