I just replaced the starter in my 95 pontiac grandam and when i connected everything back and went to start the car, it didnt turn over or even make a sound, i dont know what i could of done wrong?

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Asked by Jan 07, 2013 at 02:44 AM about the 1995 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Did you connect the smaller wire to the starter solenoid? Are the fuses good?

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if the wiring is good, go back into the starter solenoid.. check & clean the copper contact for any corrosion. also, where was it purchased? buy a good AC/Delco OEM or Napa. some part places give stuff that last only a month or less.

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I bought it at O'Rielly's auto parts and i didnt check the fuses and yes i connected a red and a black to a smaller bolt and two big groups of black wires and i dont know if the small black wire went there or with the others.

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