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No spark is always easy. Don't worry.
Take a deep breath and ask your oldest zgzm wrecking yard. FDo not tell them the whole story. Just say no spark.
First clean all the battery terminals. Remove amd replscevsll fuses hat have any chance if being an engine fuse. Relays too. Replace engine run telsybeith read window defroster relay. Or horn relay.
It's going to be something simple.
But you gotta teach it down slowly. One simple step at a time.
Fuses relays dirty terminals.
Often it is the terminal connection. Or a Pigtail near the terminal.
It's an older car. Something is corroded. It'll be a simple fix once you find it. .
If it acted like it wanted to start, then I would suspect the fuel pump. Try hitting the bottom of the tank, this sometimes jars the pump to start working again. If it works you can drive it, but you will need to replace the pump, it will only do this so many times.
The price of the water pump depends on which engine you have in your car. There are three different size engines for a 2005 grand prix. If your not going to do the work yourself, I cant give you an acurate quote as all mechanics charge differently. You'll just have to go to differend mechanics and get some quotes.