Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Regency
Your fuel pump is not supplying the correct fuel pressure, this could be due to a worn pump or a faulty fuel pressure regulator, Unfortunately due to the high pressures in these systems you will need to get someone with the correct testing equipment to test for you. When it is hot the low pressure means there is air in the fuel lines which evaporates in the lines when hot which is why it is not starting when hot.
Posted on Mar 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need line wrenches to get the line off the steering gear assembly (tight in there near the frame sub assembly) First you will want to remove the drive belt from the power steering pump. Then remove the bolts from pump to bracket and lift pump up. On back of pump, remove low pressure line and drain fluid into a container. Under pump, remove high pressure line, and push it downward toward floor. From under car, follow the line to the steering gear, ( the line may have a keeper clamp or two for stationary support to remove along the way) then detach. Installation is reverse of disassembly........Not fun, but doable.....Mike
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
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