Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
The problem lies in the security feature that is part of the vehicle's anti-theft mechanism, but the big problem is that sometimes the vehicle automatically thinks that you (it's owner) are trying to steal it. When the security feature feels that the car is in danger of being stolen by means of the insertion f the wrong key (or what the car thinks may be the wrong key) it shuts down the fuel system for a period of 15 minutes. For this reason, when the security feature kicks in randomly, some mechanics are quick to assume that the problem lies in the fuel pump of the vehicle. one question will it even crank? or just turnover?
Posted on May 01, 2010
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