Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
This vehicle has a starter / solenoid assembly.First I would check to see if the wire on the "I" terminal fell off the solenoid - if not, then you may be able to tap on the solenoid which is the small canister looking thing attached to the starter while somebody turns the key - BE READY FOR THE ENGINE TO START AND MAKE SURE YOUR CLOTHING WILL NOT GET CAUGHT UP INTO THE ENGINE!! Naturally, they don't make it easy to reach the starter so you may wind up using a long prybar or socket extension to reach the solenoid. Don't tap too hard as you may poke through the casing.
Hope this helps!
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