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My 2004 grand am won't start and its not the battery. i know it is probably impossible but what are your suggestions

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  • clintmoses May 11, 2010

    could be a bad starter or even bad wiring to the starter. A drastic scenario would be that the car ecu(computer) is toast. Does it try and start or click or nothing at all?

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Check it for spark / might of blown a control module .
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www.autozone.com just add your car and register for benefits . good luck

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You gotta give more details

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