Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
The most common problem here would be a bad starter, you can test it with a test light,have someone hold the key in the crank postion while you test foor power at the starter, there are two wires to starter one is a battery cable which should have power going to it at all times then a small wire that has power when key is in the crank postion to spin starter, if it has power then starter is bad, if theres no power then you may have a bad ignition switch or bad neutral safty switch, also try starting in neutral. hope this helps. another trick is while holding key in crank postion tap starter with hammer if it starts then starter is bad,
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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