Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
Well I can tell you no matter what your gauge says on the groundwires to the system..... you've got a bad ground or a hot touching ground somewhere and I think that you should recheck your steps. Not all books are always correct in their schematics when it comes to your individual car especially if your not the first owner and don't have a complete history of work performed prior to you owning it. ie. stereo, drive lights, electrical modifications or repairs etc. etc. I would start with the body ground myself. clean its application area and make sure you are getting a true metal to metal contact. As with all your connections.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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