won't start.

Sarah Casperson
5

Asked by Sarah Feb 21, 2012 at 10:05 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

gxp doesn't always want to start. put new starter in didn't fix it. if you
shake car it starts but doesn't keep running. any ideas?

6 Answers

Daniel Perron
2,075

bad ground?

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Sarah Casperson
5

Lose nut on the under hood fuse block. Hope that fixes it for good... :-)

Daniel Perron
2,075

hope that works for you!!!

Mustafa Hatim
45

First see your battery is there any white substance on the nodes, if there remove battery clean it thoroughly. If clean then check the electrical fuse box. If not then remove starters then clean the point where the starter touches the engine

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Sarah Casperson
5

Car seems the be doing great! Thanx for the help :-)

Daniel Perron
2,075

Great!!!! finding that loose connection can be like looking for the 'needle in the haystack' good luck

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