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Re: starter on 2003 pontiac grand am
Follow heavy wires from battery down to starter underneath engine on one side. Right in the front, by the transmission. You will need to get down on the ground in front of your car and look up to the transmission, you will see it. It can be from driver or passenger side. Good Luck.
P.s. If this doesnot work, go Autozone.com add you car
and find the starter at repair info engine starting system http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280187bf1#hd1-1-1
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It's a little unclear exactly what you are wanting. Are you wanting to know how to replace the starter? In any case, it would be helpful to know which engine your 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix is equipped with.
if you use a test light you can check for voltage at the large terminal on the starter it should have voltage all the time with or without the key on.then check the small terminal with someone trying to start it.it should light up if it does then while someone is trying to start the car take a hammer and tap the starter if it starts then the starter needs to be replaced due to an internal problem with the starter.
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Sounds like a bad starter solenoid, usually cheapest and easiest to replace the starter and solenoid as a unit. It is always best to check for power between the solenoid and the starter with a test light, if the solenoid clicks but the test light doesn't light up you have found the problem in the solenoid.