Hi, I'm Dustin and I just inherited a 1991 Firebird base 3.1L V6 from my uncle. It hasn't driven since 2005 so naturally it has a few things that need replaced. I am not very mechanically inclined, or physically able to do a lot underneath the car, so I took it to a shop in Johnson City TN (where he lived) to have them replace the faulty fuel pump. We had tested a few things before we towed it to them. Threw a hot battery on it and checked the lights and the car turned over, so we squirted a bit of gas in the throttlebody and she ran, albeit rough.
Anyhow, the guy from the shop called me and said there was an electrical issue and they couldn't touch it. There is a harness on the passenger side near the firewall that had the wires melted. He was concerned that the computer might be fried and since they didn't do electrical stuff at their shop told me good luck.
All I need to know is if there is some way to check the ECM to see if it is fried or if the wires were just in bad shape from sitting outside for so long. I'm currently at home in West Kentucky and won't be back with the car for a few weeks. Any help is greatly appreciated.