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2002 grand am gt wont turn over, it did first try but did not fire so returned key to off position to try again then it would not turn over. and the radio would not shut off when door closed with keys out???????

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Check the alarm!!!!!

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Just turn the key on, wait for a few seconds, turn it off. Turn it on again, wait for a few seconds, and repeat this about 5 or six times. Then turn the engine over and see if it will start. When you first turn the key to the "run" position, you should be able to hear the fuel pump cut in for a couple of seconds, and then stop. Listen at the gas cap if you can't hear it from leaning under the car.

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Hello Dyno.
Have you tried using this procedure to turn it off?


Resetting Procedure

  1. Turn the ignition to the ON position, engine OFF.
Drivers Side I/P Fuse Block 86382201

  1. Press and release the RESET button on the drivers side I/P fuse block.
    • The CHANGE OIL indicator will start flashing.
  1. Press and hold the RESET button until an audible chime is heard and then release.
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Security light comes on and car wont start

I've owned 3 GA's, and have run into this problem once before. There's a problem in the security system. You DONT have to get it fixed right away, you will just have to give yourself an extra 30 minutes each time you want to take your car somewhere.
STEP 1- Insert your key into the ignition.
STEP 2- Turn the key to the "RUN" position (not all the way to the start position!)
STEP 3- Go have a smoke. Wait 10 minutes with the key in the "RUN" position.
STEP 4- Turn the key to the "OFF" position for 10 minutes.
STEP 5- Turn the key to the "RUN" position again for another 10 minutes.
STEP 6- Turn the key to the "OFF" position again, the immediately try to start the engine. It has never failed me.
I know it's a pain in your ***, but it will save you a costly repair when money's tight. Any questions about this, you can call a mecanic at the Pontiac GM dealer and he will probably tell you what I just tried to explain.

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1. Turn the car off.
2. Place the ignition key in the "on" position, without starting the car. That is, turn the key forward to the place right before it fires the engine.
3. Place your foot on the gas pedal and press it all the way down three times, waiting approximately one second between presses.

If done correctly, the "change oil" light will flash repeatedly, and will then reset.

Please note that it is rare to do this successfully on the first try; if it does not work, turn the car off and try the procedure again, varying the wait slightly between pedal presses at each attempt

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