Question about Pontiac Grand Am
Start by having the computer scanned for codes, there may be a stored code that will help you locate the problem. if there are no codes then you will need to drive the car until it die then check for spark and fuel to see what it looses, this could be a fuelpump or an ignition module that heats up and dies, these are the hard one because they die every so often,
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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