Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
Same like gas is not flowing right
You need fuel, air and spark at right time and place.
check all that. check a plug by crancking if sparking. check another one.
if ok go to fuel system.
Best is to have a vacuum gauge hooked up. Nobody uses that old trick. You can us that gauge for inlet vacuum or for fuel punp inspection.
Put you attention to fuel safety cut off valcve on proper functioning.
Check critical wire harness connections for poper contact and voltage level.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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