Question about 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix
Start by removing the battery cables and cleaning the connections and the battery posts. There is a special tool you can purchase for this purpose. Put a charger on the battery and see if it will accept a charge. If not is is bad. If it does accept a charge but the engine will still not turn over, remove the battery and have it tested. If the battery is good, then either the starter is defective or the ignition switch is bad. The best way to check the starter is remove it and have it tested at an Auto Parts store. If you find the battery, & starter are both good, look at the ignition switch as the culprit.
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