Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
Several things here, without being there to properly diagnose this machine, I';d have to type from experiance this could be;
1 water in the tank
2 dirty throttle body
3 clogged air or fuel filter
4 corroded battery cables on both ends of the cables or loose.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can't use those two words in the same sentence when talking about transmissions. Best is new (rarely done) next is a rebuild (most times if from a good reliable shop, good but not cheap) then there is the used unit from a scrapyard..cheaper than either, but if it doesn't work, you get to pay r&r as many times as it takes, even if the yard guarantees it. (only way I'd do that is if I owned another identical car that I had driven and knew for sure the unit was good.
Posted on May 27, 2009
You have to leave the key in the ignition in the on position until it stops flashing . . usually about 10 minutes or so . . .I have had this same problem several times already. If it is dark the light stay on . . But the computer has to clear the alarm. Hope this helps
Posted on May 04, 2011
SOURCE: replaced the fuel pump and
dont know if I can help but make sure the fuel pump comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition on if not check the relay under the hood you may need someone to help with this there are 4 terminals when you pull the relay out one will have power all the time with the key on another one will have power for a few seconds when you first turn the ignition on if you have power there and the fuel pump dosent run at all the relay may be bad you can also check the connection by the fuel tank for power when you turn the ignition on also I just put a fuel pump in my sons 2000 grand am and it did not start after I put the pump in but I could hear the pump running but we had only put a couple of gallons of gas in so I put another 3 gallons of gas in and it started I also just put a pump in my daughters 2001 grand am and it started right away but I had put 5 gallons of gas in right away You can also see if there is fuel pressure at the fuel rail on the right side or passenger side of the engine there is a connection to check fuel pressure you can take the cap off and use a screwdriver to push the valvestem in to see if there is fuel there and any pressure. if you have power to the fuel pump and plenty of gas and the pump wont run try hitting the bottom of the fuel tank under the fuel pump with a ribber hammer
Posted on Sep 17, 2011
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