Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
Check for ground wires in the engine and body area. If a ground wire is loose or corroded the power will be intermittent and sometimes not at all. Does the car run ok otherwise? Look for grounds from body to maybe transmission or to motor need to look thoroughly to rule out the grounds. If you have a lot of miles on the car that is more likely. Make sure battery terminals are clean and tight. Check cables at fuse box in the engine area there will be several meeting at that point make sure they are clean and tight. For some reason power is running from one place to another and I cannot think of one relay doing all that. Good luck and let me know how you come out. Darrell S
Posted on May 10, 2010
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