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Starting grand am.

I cant start now,we make it the same way but nothing,only noisy from relys like tr-tr-tr,may be its problems comes from fuse box?its posseble to check?and when we try to start trank alweys opens.

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Make sure the trunk switch isn't stuck "on"... Could be wrong but it seems that it may always be activated and is killing your battery. Unplug the solenoid on the trunk lock if you can open it with a key, and see if after battery is re-charged, it still has a problem!

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