Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
Check for burnt "fuse wires" these are wires that as their name implies, they react like fuses. They are obvious to see. you will see soot type stuff and they will LOOK burnt out. Also check your starter. It could be that one of the wires in the starter got hot and burned out. Check you relays and fuses.Under the hood and inside the cab,.
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