My '95 Pontiac Bonneville will not turn over....I've replaced the entire fuel system and it seems like the brand new fuel pump isn't getting any power to pump fuel through the system. could it be a bad ignition switch or a starter? thanks.
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If your check engine light is on, find out the codes. I would have the fuel pressure checked again, first run the car until it stalls again and check it. I've installed pumps that went bad in as little as a couple days
Hello, you seem to have a problem with your anti-theft system the ignition lock cylinder has two wires that are very small and are common at breaking because every time the ignition switch turns the are being rocked back and forth, or either there is a malfunction in your key, but odds are you will be replacing the cylinder. You will also have to have a new key made.This fix is kind of exspensive so I would advise you to let the dealer do it. Besides when putting the switch in it could be possible to damage the new one so let them have that headache. Thank You