I have a 2000 Grand Prix GTP. Was sitting at light and car died. It will start if you give it has then it putts and dies
Hmmm? Have a mechanic check the fuel injectors / fuel filter, maybe?? Not sure if this would be an electrical issue, per se...but might be. Good luck..
Unplug the MAF sensor (flat sensor on top of throttle body) and see if anything changes. If this helps, remove the sensor and try cleaning it. Also, if your engine light is on get the codes scanned and see what they say.
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