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How to Check Fuel Delivery on Pontiac Grand Am


The Pontiac Grand Am was a General Motors product that debuted in 1973 as a competitor to the luxury sport sedans being produced in Europe at the time. The Bonneville was available in a two-door coupe and a four-door sedan, both of which were mid-size cars that evolved into compacts. The Grand Am was produced from 1973 to 1975, 1978 to 1980 and from 1985 to 2000. Check the fuel delivery system of the Pontiac Grand Am if the engine starts running rough, stalling out in traffic or won’t start at all.

Check Fuel Delivery

Relieve system pressure. Loosen the gas cap to allow pressure to escape. In Grand Am models manufactured in 1990 or earlier detach the fuse connected to the fuel pump. In models manufactured in 1991 and later, detach the electrical connection to the fuel pump. Raise the vehicle if necessary.