Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
I've had my car about 2 months, not had a problem with it yet. Today it acted as normal, took it to work started up fine, left work started up fine, made a stop started up fine, went to a friends house and stayed for about 25-35 minutes, started right up when I left. When I got like 15 minutes from home I stopped at my usual place to get gas and put $10 in the tank, screwed the cap on until it clicked a couple of times, and it fired right up. Went 10 minutes from the gas station to a friends house and sat for about 2 1/2 hours and when I went to leave the car started and immediately stopped! When I tried to started it back up it wanted to start but wouldn't crank up............I'd wait a while and try again repeatedly until I got sick of it not starting. It is my theory that either the fuel pump is gone, or more strongly that the gas I put in the tank had been watered down. What does it sound like to you?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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