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'02' pontiac grand am

It has a 3.4 eng. that will not turn over. the starter solinoid is not getting pwr. to pull it in. cked. all fuses and relays the security light has been on once in a while.

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Check the ignition switch by turning the key to the "on" position and check to see if all your dash lights come on. Check your ground wires at the battery and the condition of the cable ends.

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

Leave your car in the "on" position, the security system will reset itself and you will be good to go - takes approx 10 min. The problem is, it will periodically re-occur.

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

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