Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
I've had the car for 2 months, haven't had a problem or signs of a problem. Yesterday, I took it to work, the store, a friends house with no problems with it starting......it fired right up every time. I stopped at my usual gas station and put $10 in it and went to my aunts house and sat for about 2 1/2 hours and then when I went to leave, the car started but immediately stopped. When I tried to crank it up it wanted to but didnt, so I'd wait a few minutes and try again but nothing happened and I did this repeatedly until I was afraid that it would flood out. So its not started, I thought maybe it was the fuel pump, or maybe I got some watered down gas with the way it did this just out of the blue. It showed no indication of the battery or altenator having issues.............what do you think?
One of the easier ways to check a fuel pump is to turn the key to the on position and listen by the gas tank. You should hear the fuel pump turn on and then turn off after a couple of seconds when it reaches the proper PSI. If that seems to be working fine, there are a few different things it could be.
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