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2000 Grand Prix GT / Won't start. No spark at the spark plugs.

I was told it could be the factory installed alarm system that locked. Not to sure about that.

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There is a crank position sensor that is located behind the harmonic balancer. sound like you have a bad one

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Hello! The problem you are experiencing is most likely due to a fautly or malfunctioning alternator. You can take the car to any major auto parts store, and they can do a FREE charging system test which will tell you if your alternator is operating (and charging the battery) properly, as well as if your battery is accepting the incoming charge from the alternator.

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1st the system alarm is intagrated into the engine control electronics, it can not be disabled without poss damage to ther systems and controls, 2nd the most common cause of your issue is the sensor in the ignition lock cylinder being defective, this is the most common issue on all GM anti-theft systems.

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Take your car to a dealer and tell them to "clean the throttle body" Known problem for this year. It will solve your issue.

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