Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
My battery is good. When I try to start my car, the lights, radio, all accessories, etc work fine so the battery isn't the problem. When I attempt to crank the car, nothing happens. I have read several different ways to reset the passlock (which may be the problem) but would like clariification if resetting the passlock is even a viable solution. I would like to know before I put a new starter on, if that would be the problem, or if it is in fact the passlock system.
Try to reset the passlock first. It's free and won't cost you anything to try. My car did the exact same thing and I didn't see the security light on..I'm not even sure it was on but, reseting the passlock fixed the problem. Look at dvj2a's solution.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Often the battery is good enuf to run accessories but not start. check the battery voltage,maybe try a jump start b4 you go replacing stuff
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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