I tried to start my Pontiac Grand Prix 02 it sputtered died turn the again. No power to car at all. Think I blown a fuse. Not sure which one though.


Asked by Mar 04, 2015 at 09:31 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check fuse box under the hood. Your battery could just be toast also. Put a volt meter on it and see if it's even close to 12 volts. If you are seeing 10 or 11 range, replace the battery. Post back with results.


The ignition locks so the key won't come out either.


Once the car starts again, the steering wheel will unlock and you should be able to remove the key. Did you check your fuses yet?


I know that. Ha ha. Just got off work. Checked fuses. Had an idea to Disconnected the battery reconnected it. Fired right up. Thank you for helping me out with my questions.

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