If I recall right. :Shock:
The pump is under the rear seat. I think what we did was to tee into the fuel line to monitor the pressure while driving. With the problem happening when your moving, the poblem has to to be found under those circumstances.
I ran into a handful of these that had a wiring harness problem, wiring to the pump and pump problems that were believed to be creating by the wiring problems.
At this point, I would pull the back seat and get a good look at the connector at the pump.
Alos if you get a no start, don't keep cranking. Shoot some ther or carb cleaner into the throttle body and see if it fires immediatly. Theis will help confirm this is a fuel loss problem.
Saturday, March 29th, 2008 AT 8:18 AM