Pontiac grand Prix fuel pump

Asked by Oct 07, 2016 at 01:51 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am replacing my fuel pump on my 2001 Pontiac
grand Prix. I saw a video where I can take out the
fuel pump fuse and let the car suck out all the fuel
in the lines, so I won't need to remove the pressure,
but I can't find the fuse. Can I get some advice?

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I don't understand this logic but people are creative. Depressurizing the line is important so whatever method you use, don't spray fuel trying to replace the pump. Not sure how it is done in a shop. Maybe just loosening a fitting at the filter side and letting the line weep until it has relieved the pressure.

68,655

Colton is correct on this procedure. Remove the cover from the underhood fuse box and remove relay #14. That's the relay for the fuel pump. Don't see any listing for the fuel pump fuse in my owner's manual. HTH. -Jim

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