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Why would you not be getting power to the fuel pump in a Pontiac Trans Am?


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2007-05-22 04:46:04
2007-05-22 04:46:04

Basics first, fuses, relays, and battery connections, also, is everything else working, ignition switch, fuseable links ok, etc...for more check out the library for a shop manual..:) Your vats system (vehicle anti-theft system) could be activated. When the resistor on the key is not read, it will disable the fuel pump. You just might need a new key.


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Have you checked the ignition switch on the column . I had to replace the one in my 1977 Trans Am.

It would do just as fine on a Trans Am as on any other car.

Go to manheim and see.

No. It has 4 doors and my trans am would smoke it.

Trans can mean two things that I'm aware of: Trans is a shortened form of the word Transmission. And it can also mean across. For example, the Pontiac Trans Am would mean across America, the trans American.

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If it's an automatic your looking at $2,500 installed.

There is a 1976 Pontiac Trans am on eBay for a good price that you could look into. I would suggest looking into craigslist and seeing what is available in your area.

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I have not found anything that would indicate they they are interchangable

That will mount fine on a 7" wheel...but and 8 would be better.

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well you can change the entire rear hatch with that of a trans am's but I dont think it would be worth the the money to convert the car into a trans am style car.

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Possible heat soak of the starter or the timing is set too high.

Of course it will be worth something. If Pontiac doesn't exist anymore, it doesn't mean that it loses its value. From my perspective, if i had some money, i would buy it instantly.

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