All of a sudden my car wont start,I put in a new fuel pump a new battery still wont start but once I had it towed to garage to fix it the car started back,then a month later it stop again towed it, st

Asked by Apr 09, 2015 at 10:43 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why does my car keep cutting off but
once its towed the car would start
back up, run a couple days and the
same thing will happen again

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Very frustrating and hard to diagnose. You may have better luck having a shop keep the car and run it around until the problem shows up again. When it cuts out is the time to look for the problem. When it is running, you will not find the cause. Could be electrical, fuel delivery, or sensor related but there are many causes beyond a battery or fuel pump. Sounds like one for the shop.

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