Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Am
My car has a brand new battery. Two days ago, the battery sensor light came on. I ignored it thinking it was a glitch because the battery is new. Today, other light sensor's popped up like it was going crazy and when I turned the car off, it would not turn back on. I had to get a jump. Once the car was jumped, it ran right away, but could tell it did not have the "juice" it usually had. Is this a simple sensor problem, or is the car's entire electrical system going bad? I want to get rid of it, but it needs to be driveable to be used as a trade-in. Help!! Thanks! Ginger
I would first check for corroded or loose terminals at the battery .... after you've confirmed they are OK check to see if your charging system is working.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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