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Rpm gauge dropping to zero while cruising in car

Hi! I have a 2000 Grand Prix. While I'm cruising the RPM gauge drops to zero the car jerks and the trac off light comes on. A couple of times it has cut out on me when this has happened. Also, most recently, after shutting it off and then trying to restart it would barely do so, like it wasn't getting any gas. Happened twice in the last week. Any ideas why this is happening would be appreciated. Thanks, Gloria

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My Grand Prix Pontiac 2000 stops for no reason. Have had the mechanic do a diagnosis test but couldn't find anything. Any help would do.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

  • PontiacGTP Mar 24, 2011

    My car has the exact same problem, i would LOVE to knw the problem. It's at the GM dealer and they don't even know what's wrong :(

  • tdeeble Apr 14, 2011

    My 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GT would stop/die while driving, any speed and at any time. Had the Mass Air Flow Sensor replaced, car has not died since.

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I would have the computer scanned, ck the crank position sensor.

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