Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have checked the ignition, fuses, the motor turns over and car will not start
Check for spark (pull a spark plug and arc it to a grounded surface) and check for fuel to the engine (can be done through the spark plug hole opened by removing the spark plug)
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Injector Wont Spray
check wires at throttle body. can use a 12 volt test light to check for current. if you have spark it is not the ign module. set meter for 12-20volts. should have 2 fuse boxes on this model, one behind right side of dash at floorboard
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: 1990 pontiac j6000 wont start
Crank position sensor bad?
Are you sure the fuel pump is working? Might be the sending unit in the fuel pump that is bad. Clogged lines, clogged fuel injectors, clogged fuel filter, all things that could be checked.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.Sit in the car.....turn on the ignition switch to run.....listen very closely to the rear of the car...or have someone kneel down by the back wheel.....you should hear a "prime cycle"......the pump running for 2 or 3 seconds if the key was off for 15 seconds before trying this.If you hear silence you most likely need a fuel pump.Before pulling the tank down....check for power on the gray wire at the fuel tank connector just ahead of the rear axle under the car.Check for power with a test light that will last for 2 to 3 seconds as you turn on the key to run.Power means you really most likely need a pump.No power means you may need a fuse or a fuel pump relay.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Hello! Does your vehicle have spark? If not; Pull a plug and test for spark. Is the engine in your vehicle supercharged? If not and it is a either the 3.1L or the 3.8L then the lack of fuel flow is caused by a device known as a; "Vapor canister purge valve". If this component is defective (does not purge) fuel will not flow. It can be purchased at most auto part stores for around $25.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
It sounds like you may have burned out your fusable link. It's a special wire that comes off the starter solennoid and is designed to burn off in the event of an overload. DO NOT REPLACE IT WITH REGULAR WIRE, THIS IS A LEADING CAUSE OF CAR FIRES.
You will want to check for what caused the overload condition that caused the fusable link to burn out in the first place.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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