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2001 pontiac grand am won't start. battery if

2001 pontiac grand am won't start. battery if good. I had it tested. will not start in neutral. Does not make any sound when the key is turned.

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The ignition switch goes out on those things often, check to see if you are getting power to your starter

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Could be starter,,,some times you can tap on the bottom of the starter,,then try to start it,,,but i would look there,,,

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    the ignition switch goes out on those things often, check to see if you are getting power to your starter



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