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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the switch on the clutch pedal needs adjusted. Is the floor mat bunched up under the pedal, I've seen that. It could also be dirty ground connections. There are several. Not only the battery ground but smaller ones also. A bad ground can mean low voltage to the ECM and injectors. Does the start solenoid click. If it does may be bad battery connections on either end. If it doesn't may be bad connections in the small wires to the solenoid. The alternator could be consuming the available connections when the battery is recharged from starting then the ECM and injectors can have enough. Why it would run rough for a while. The first place to look is always the electrical connections. A lot of people have paid for new starters because of bad connections. I had a friend kept buying alternators from his trusted mechanic because somebody had removed the ground wires from his engine to the chassis. (This was before he asked me to look at it. Of course!)
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Battery is weak or you have a corroded terminal.
Baking soda and warm water with a tooth brush.
Followed by plenty of cold water
Don't get anything on you , your shoes or your clothes.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
SOURCE: drive 2007 grand prix. wont
SOUND LIKE ALTERNATOR NOT CHARGING BATTERY.CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE SHOULD BE 12.6 VOLTS.MAY SURE BATTERY CABLES CLEAN AND TIGHT.WITH ENGINE RUNNING CHECK ALTERNATOR OUT PUT AT BATTERY.SHOULD BE 13.5 - 14.5 VOLTS WITH ENGINE RUNNING.IF ALTERNATOR FUSE GOOD AND ALTERNATOR BATTERY FEED WIRE AND VOLTAGE REGULATOR WIRES OKAY NOT DAMAGED.DRIVE BELT NOT SLIPPING OR BELT TENSIONER NOT DAMAGED.ALTERNATOR MORE LIKELY FAULTY.TURN OFF RADIO FIRST.BEFORE REMOVING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE TO KEEP FROM LOSING RADIO CODE.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
You need to replace your starter.
If your Aurora is equipped with the 4.0L engine, the starter is located between the cylinder heads under the intake manifold. You will need injector O-rings and an intake manifold gasket set to replace the starter.
For the 3.8L engine, it is located in the conventional place. However, you will have to disconnect the engine cross brace and rotate and support the engine to get enough clearance to get it out.
Posted on Nov 26, 2011
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