2003 grand am 2.2 won't start . Help

Asked by Mar 04, 2017 at 08:29 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can put gas in intake and it will start then
dies

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Then you have a fuel pressure issue. Fuel pressure would need to be checked to determine if it is the fuel pump. Make sure the fuel pump is running when you turn the key to the on position.

My daughters 2001 grand am same problem but it was a security problem turned the key on and the security light was flashing left it on then the security light was solid then the security light shut off. We turned the key off then it started right up the whole process took 15 minutes. Tonight when she came home and turned her headlights off her alarm automatically set and her fob does not work!

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