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I have a 2003 Aztec, my car won't start the last time I had this problem the mechanic told me that it is some sort of module under the car on the drivers side in between the tires. Apparently the

Supposedly the last time it was fixed they had to drop the entire gas tank out to get to this module.

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Well the fuel pump is in the gas tank, so that is probably what they replaced before.
Someone would need to find out if you are lacking fuel to the injectors or spark to the plugs to proceed.

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SOURCE: gas gauge not working property

Pontiac has a problem with the sender for the fuel guage. A quart of transmission fluid in a full tank of gas usually fixes it. The "engine" light, won't be on because of that. Quite often that is the air filter or fuel cap.

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SOURCE: 2000 Firebird V6 Gas Smell After New Fuel Pump

wow, not normal, ok u can choose, get it to the garage to repair (will cost lesser then you spelling oil to drive to shops) or selling all the stuff of ure car and buy a new one :) good luck nice car btw

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SOURCE: 4 Door. Drivers side rear window has dropped down

window regulator has failed. Look for an after market one the GM replacement is junk. Usually it is a clip that holds the cable to run window up and down. probably a safety clip used if someone gets cought in the window, GM will charge you over $400 for the fix. not hard I have it down to about 30 min. and around $100 for the regulator.

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SOURCE: My car sometimes won't let

This is probably the ignition lock cylinder worn out or getting old. The TDM is most likely not locking the key in, but new cars are pretty tied into themselves. For now, just try leaving the key in. Use another one for the doors. Some cars have a small hole under the steering wheel/column that you can stick a pen or something in to release your key. Maybe just be ready for something else breaks, then you'll know what is wrong.

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SOURCE: Just had plugs,wires and bottom gasket leak fixed.

That would make sense, because when he jumped your car if he left it hooked up for awhile. Then he charged your battery up, so it started the next day. Then you drove to his shop and back it ran the battery down. It's easy enough to test and change alternators you could take it to autozone or O'Reillys if there is one close they can test your alternator. If you have more questions about this or if you would like to try and change it yourself just reply to this post and I will walk you through it.

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