Did it, installed the fuel pump and wired it to a new switch on the dash. Since I did not start it for three days, I turned the pump on, waited a few seconds and it fired up on the first crank without touching the gas pedal. Test driving revealed no difference with the pump on or off.
While I was running new wires, I also installed a new light on the dash which runs to the pressure regulator of the airbag compressor. Now every time the compressor comes on, the light goes on.
Nice early warning feature for airbag/lines leaks.
Alan, while I was running wires, I traced the yellow air compressor wire. It runs straight to 30 amp fuse in the GM fuse panel (ignition on only)