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2004 pontiac grand am--turns over fast but will not crank is not ignition module

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  • b1960a Aug 05, 2008

    turns over but will not crank had modgul ck. but is ok . i have power to eveything and i have a ground changed crank sencer what next

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    same problem

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Ensure the fuel pump is working.

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