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2005 Pontiac grand prix 3.8 doesn't start

It is non turbo. Battery,coil pack, comp module, and ignition indicators are ok. It cranks, but does not start.

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  • dan May 11, 2010

    is it getting fuel?


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Check the fuse under the hood, electric ignition fuse i believe it is called

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Try this: Turn ignition on for AT LEAST 10 minutes without doing anything else. After 10 minutes, turn the key to start, thre is a good chance of it running. Long explanation, but it has to do with the PassLock security system futzing up.

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