Open the fuel filler door and remove the gas cap, put your ear to the filler neck and have someone turn the ignition key to the on position. If the Fuel pump is operating you should hear it buzz or hum for about 3 or 4 seconds. If you hear it buzz or hum it is working. But it does not tell you if you have the required fuel pressure to start the vehicle. A fuel pressure gauge attached to the service fitting on the fuel rail will give a fuel pressure reading. I left Chevrolet in 1998 but I believe the fuel pressure should be around 45 to 65 psi.
check under the driver's side, on the fuel line, somewhere near the tank.
in the fuel tank
yes it is fuel injected.
There is no fuel pump shut off switch on a Pontiac Firebird. Instead, it has a fuel pump relay under the hood in the power distribution box.
drop the tank and take the old pump out then put the new one in
In the fuel tank
The fuel pump in any car is tricky, using its diagram can make the repairs easier. The diagram for a 1995 Pontiac Firebird fuel pump can be found in its maintenance manual.
In the fuel tank, integral to fuel pump.
A mechanic, that's who.
Does it crank? do you have spark? fuel?
it is located in the gas tank.
It's under the car in the middle in front of the fuel tank
16 city, 24 highway, depends largely on how u drive it. check out fuel economy.gov
usually a fuel filter is inline along the frame twords the fuel tank.......
Same as every other car....In the fuel tank.
underneath the drivers door
On the drivers side firewall
it's inside the gas tank
The tank holds 15 gallons.