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2004 pontiac grand am wont start

My car has only 57,000 miles, and a couple times has not started(cranks but wont start) (once it wouldn even turn over) but after sitting a few days it started. When i try starting it the gages go kinda wacky... should the gages go all the way to the top and then back down again when i turn the key on? Im wondering if maybe its the computer or maybe someone else has had a proplem like this that can let me know what to do.

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  • cindy360 Nov 12, 2008

    thank you very much for you fast response...I am glad to hear the gauges are normal, and i will try to find out if its my starter. Thanks again :)

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    please help!

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    just turned over 100,000 miles and started making a loud banging noise, lost power. I nshut the key off and started it again, continued to make the banging noise and wont start at all now

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Yes the gauges should go up and down they are selftesting your starting problem could be starter related they were having problems with those, also try turning ignition to the on position for 3 seconds before trying to start,also gm has a tsb for hard start issues

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  • james lee Nov 12, 2008

    your welcome

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