Re: 2000 Camaro 3.8 V6 Fuel pump problem
As for the problem you are experiencing, yes, I would check for fuel
pressure at the rails. If there is none, start by checking the fuse to the fuel pump circuit. If it's good, check your wiring -- make sure nothing has come loose or broken, burnt, etc... Verify that you have voltage present to the pump when you turn on the ignition. And, as a last resort, I would replace the pump, since it's the most complicated to do of the above mentioned items.
All I can think of to help sorry.
"If you can leave black marks on a straight from the time you exit a corner till the time you brake for the next turn.......
Then, you have enough horsepower."
My 67 Camaro Time Line
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