There is no "reset" switch for the fuel pump on that vehicle.
GM vehicles do not have a fuel shut off/inertia switch
the 1986-87 lg4 engine had a mechanical fuel pump and an electric in tank pump.
Hmm, did you look along the firewall?
Its inside the fuel tank. You can either drop the tank and pull it out or cut a hole through the back deck lid. That's what i would do.
Check for proper installation of fuel pump and filter.
You can reset the fuel pump shut-off switch (which can activate on impact/collision/hard 4x4ing etceteras) by looking under the passenger side carpeting toward the upper edge of the carpeting.
Under the hood, on mine.
If the engine is fuel injected, it is an electric pump and is located in the fuel tank. If not, it is located on the engine block and is a mechanical pump.
You may have a bad fuel pump relay or a blown fuel pump fuse.
Usually on the dashboard. Are you sure it has a "Fuel" aux. switch.
Hello, Jamison here, Shorting out (on the hot side) A bad ground ======== Check this first