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1996 Grand Prix

Will not start or turn over at all. The battery seems fine everything seems to be working.

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Try hitting the starter a few times it could be jammed or getting ready to go bad.

Usually when you do this you can get a few more starts out of it if this is the problem.

Take a long screwdriver or the handle end of a hammer and just hit the starter while someone else is turning the key.

this should help please let me know what you find.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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