what could be wrong with my 1996 sunfire?it doesnt have enough pressure to get the gas to motor for car to start

Asked by Jun 14, 2013 at 10:19 PM about the 1996 Pontiac Sunfire 2 Dr SE Coupe

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here's some fuel pumps...though there probably is an emergency fuel reset button somewhere under there....will have to research...

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the fuel pump relay, or the ASD relay...but no magic button...if you've got a mitsubishi engine maybe so~

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How do you know that there is not enough pressure? Did you test the pressure with a gauge? Have you changed the fuel filter? Don't go changing the pump unless you know it is bad.

now I think that it is a fuel pressure regulator as the diaphragm could tear...or the vacuum line can crack~

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