If your engine is ideling fast its probably temperature senser. There is no adjustment for idle.
that last answer is not entirely true. u can adjust the idle. but it depends on if its a throttle body unit that looks like a carburetor or a smaller unit. on a TBI unit, there is a screw u can adjust but the only way to adjust it is with the right tool. its not a Philips screw or straight blade. but if its idling high or fast it might be the idle air control valve. the one went out on my 1985 sunbird and caused it to idle funny.
all depends if it's carburated or fuel injected.
I believe that the fuel pump for the 94 Pontiac sunbird is in the gas tank.
On most or all gas powered cars that R fuel injected from the factory, the fuel pump is inside the gas tank from the 1980's to present.
yes it is fuel injected.
In the fuel tank.
It is in the fuel tank.
Standard fuel pressure for a 91 Pontiac Sunbird is between 50 and 55 PSI. This is the idle pressure to allow for maximum efficiency of the fuel injectors.
About 14.5 gallons
Idle speed cannot be adjusted on this model. No manual adjustments available. Problem may lie in fuel pump, or fuel filter or temp sensor.
ecm and ing. module
The fuel filter is located back behind the fuel tank.
there is not one
In the tank
The fuel filter could be blocked.
The fuel relay on a sunbird in under the hood on the left side just by the water over flow tank.
located inside the take you will have to lower the tank to get to it
Under vehicle, center, below trunk area, near fuel tank, mounted in fuel line.
Trace the fuel line from the tank to the engine and it should be inline about mid car.
unclip one end and unbolt the other be careful of the plastic fuel line
Under the hood in the fuse/relay module.
its fuel injected, no carb on that bad boy
It is fuel injected and there are no adjustments.
Fuel injected.Fuel injected.