I just recently bought a 1994 Pontiac Bonneville for a whopping $40
. My uncle said the fuel pump was bad in it and that the car would drive great for a while and then just die. After I got it and plated I took it out and my friend and I cruised for about 2hrs fine. The next day we drove for about an hour and parked at another friends house for a couple hours. When we came back out the car wouldn't start and since it was about 1am we just walked home and left it for the night. The next morning my friend, his dad, and myself went up and took a look at the car and tested spark and fuel. When we took the fuel line off before the filter nothing pumped out :( also broke the piece of rusted fuel line after the filter. We replaced the broken fuel line and took out the back seat and kicked the floor where we thought the fuel pump might sit. The fuel pump started pumping fuel like nothing was wrong and has since ran perfect for about 600miles. My dad said he thinks it may be a ground or something for the fuel pump. Any ideas on this situiation? BTW I really love the "Bonnebeast" (thats what we named her
) any way to tell if it is SE or SSE ? It doesn't have a SC but has nice leather seats and sun roof whoot. Anyway nice to find this forum and hope I find lots of helpful information.