Check the fuel pump fuse & relay.
You must remove the fuel tank.
In the fuel tank.
In the fuel tank. Electric.
In the fuel tank.
in the gas tank
If the car is fuel injected (not sure for 1991) then the fuel pump is in the gas tank.
Doesn't have one. That's a Ford thing.
On my 1995 Olds 88 the pump and relay are on top of the gas tank.
I was having trouble with my fuel pump on my 96 88. after researching I found that the grounds connect at a busground under the carpet on the drivers side. It is a black bar with a blue cover onit.
pass. side panel behind the glove box
I have a 95 Olds 88 and it's on the passy side behind the glove box in relay panel. You can pop gove box out or remove kick panel and access it from there. Hope this helps!
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
fuel pump is located inside fuel tank
It is a SOB job. There is a plate in front of the fuel pump that has to be removed to get access to the top bolt of the fuel pump. . It has a number of bolts holding the front of the AC compressor and air pump. The Compressor had metric bolts. Get that off and it is not so bad to remove and replace the fuel pump and hoses.
41 to 50 PSI, I have spent a lot of time figuring out a problem with ours.
The fuel pump is located at the to of the gas tank.
88 HONDA accord do not have a fuel pump reset button. If you replaced the fuel pump and still not getting fuel on your carburetor replace your fuel pump relay.
In the fuel tank
It does not have an inertia type fuel pump shut off switch. General Motors uses the oil pressure switch. If the oil pressure drops below 3 psi, it shuts off the power to the fuel pump,
your fuel pump is located inside your fuel tank. the fuel tank is strapped to the undercarrigage under the rear of the car between the rear wheels. the pump is attached to the fuel level sending unit and is sumerged in fuel. causes for failure bad pump relay. clogged fuel filter make pump work harder and running you car on empty all the time pump needs to be sumerged in fuel to keep pump from overheating
in the fuel tank
Could be a fuel pump. The fuel pump on the 88 is baffled, which means you need to keep that tank above a 4th as much as possible, because the fuel pump is actively cooled by the surrounding fuel at this level..... below this, and you heat your fuel pump up, ending in lessening the life of it.
their maybe a fuse that is blownn, and there should be a relay that would control the fuel pump. I'm not sure where the relay is at though. A couple things to check anyway.