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My 2001 pontiac grand am all of a sudden quit running.went to start it wont start.changed spark plugs nothing.took off main fuel line right at fuel rail turned key gets plenty of gas.put carb cleaner in throttle body will run till that runs out.only thing i could think of is injectors do they ever all of a sudden quit working.

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CHECK FUEL INJECTOR FUSE IF FUSE OKAY PROBLEM COULD BE PCM BUT HAVE CAR CODE SCAN TO LOOK FOR CMP OR CKP SENSOR FAULTS.THEY ALSO CONTROL FUEL INJECTORS AND IGNITION COILS FIRING.

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It depends on the # 1 ijector to fire then the rest follow,i u have test for injectors teat the 3 1 TO SEE WORKING PROPERLY,WHAT ELSE SOMETIMES ON GRANDAMS THE INGNITION SWITCH GOES OUT....

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