Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Am
I have seen two differnet things cause this. A bad ignition switch can cause this. I have also seen windshields leak and the water runs across the headliner, down the front left windshield trim and into the fuse block, which is where all of the modules Class 2 data wires meet, and then the water will short the power circuits. If it has gone long enough like this you can pull the relays out of the left fuse block in the dash and find green corrosion on the back of the relays and in the fuse block.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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