Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Am
When you are testing and it gets to the no start would check the pigatil at the pump for power.This way you can either condemn the fuel pump or see if it is an electrical issue of losing power intermittently. Another thing you can try is swapping a similar relay just to see if the relay may cure the issue.Just pay attention to which relays you swap out. If neccessary should be able to get a wiring diagram for you.Let me know will be glad to assist further in needed.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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