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Old 10-30-2005, 05:49 AM   #1
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I looked around the forums and use the search option, but I could not find a tutorial on how to change the fuel pump. Could someone please paste a link or the tutorial. The reason I want this tutorial is as follows:

I am a lazy person and I let my car run out of gas. I have heard you can burn up a fuel pump but I have not heard of anyone doing this. Anywho I was at a friends house when this happened and he gave me some gas that was in a can. Turns out it was either a mixture or bad gas. I put maybe a half gallonto a gallon of gas in the tank, car still doesnt start. I tried to syphon the gas out but i couldn't even get the tube wet with gas, so i poured some BOUGHT gas in and it still doesn't work. I tried to listen for the fuel pump with the key on the on position but I really didn't hear anything. I never can remember hearing anythihng before. I have a 1996 Bonniville SE with 110,000 miles on it. Original fuel pump, etc. Is there any other easy way too see if the pump still works?
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There should be a single wire up by the battery.. Fuel pump relay test connection.

Oh, duh. Test your fuel pressure.
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is the car parked on a hill? if so, roll it to level ground <if safe and reasonable to do so> and then try to start it.
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