check fuel pump and fuel filter
If you use ethanol blended gasolines:
Ethanol blended gasolines, [now manditory in regular & mid grade pumps in Manitoba Canada as of Jan 1, 2008] besides burning much cleaner, act as a solvent and clean out your gas tank, gas lines, TBI etc. within 2 to 4 tankfuls of the first time you start using it, I found out long ago. We've had lots of non start engines during the past 2 months cold weather and one a week had this problem.
All that tarnish and gunk etc. gets plugged in your gas line fuel filter and can restrict gasflow. Change your fuel line filter and continue with ethanol and you won't have the difficulty again. You will probably find that you don't have to change the fuel line filter as often now because once it's cleaned out, it's clean. [Unless of course you go back to non-ethenol gas, and repeat the problem when you start the use ethenol again.] Once system is cleaned out, the odd tank of non-ethanol blend won't create a big problem again very quickly.
Enjoy the cleaner air!
Remove fuel tank
A bad fuel pressure regulator or a clog in the fuel return line that leads back to the tank will cause this.
Running rich bad fuel injector?
It could be defective...hope you got a warranty
Gas sensor? Not sure what you mean, could it be a Fuel gauge sensor? Oxygen sensor? Fuel pressure regulator?
No. The ECM not only actuates the fuel pump, but also adjusts the rate at which it pumps fuel.
There is no such thing.
Fuel pump relay is mounted on the firewall under the hood near the master cylinder.
I'm Pretty sure the Z28 has to have 58lbs of pressure.That could be causing your problem.
The computer grounds the fuel pump relay which in turn sends power to the fuel pump.
Have you tried replacing the starter? it also could be the fuel regulator
Perhaps a faulty fuel pump or clogged fuel filter
You have a bad fuel pump.
if you do not have spark you will not have fuel check coil module and ignition pick up coil.
check the battery and connections. make sure the automatic transmission is in the park position. could be the starter is faulty
15 gallons but you can always top it off like at 17 max gals.
General Motors products do not use inertia/reset switches.
MUST have 9 to 13 LBS. NO lower are higher are you will have problems.
The fuel pressure regulator has one bolt holding it in place.l
400 gph, 45 psi
Double check the firing order, you may have two wires crossed.
Where is fuel pump reset switch on a 1986 camaro?
A plugged up fuel filter.
Most are located in the fuel tank--some have access port under trunk or rear seat, you may have to remove fuel tank to access