Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
I have a 2002 grand am. driving home and the fuel gauge and all other gauges died and A/C didn't work...but the car still worked and so did my turn signals. Stopped at a store before getting home and car will now start for about 3 seconds and then die. there isn't enough time for me to see if the gauges are now working or to try to pump the gas. any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Try unhooking the battery for about 3-5minutes. I have a 2001 malibu that does the same thing. When you hook up the battery and turn the key forward you should see the gauges return to normal before you try to crank the engine. It may also be the theft system. To reset that you have to turn the key forward for 10 minutes and then shut it off for 10 seconds. Then try again to start the car. It may take up to 3 attempts at this. Which means sitting in the parking lot for over a half hour. Been there done that. GM sucks.
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