2004 pontiac grand prix gt 2

Asked by Aug 30, 2016 at 10:42 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 04 grand prix wont start no lights no nothing
battery is good sometimes clicking sound behind
dash on passenger side then sometimes it all
works and starts then i park it and nothing works
any ideas

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1, Try jump start. If it starts, run it for at least 15 to 20 minutes to recharge the battery via altenator. NOTE: If it won't jump-start it may be your STARTER COIL. 2. If you jump start and recharge and soon thereafter it will not start again, it may be your altenator. NOTE: If you get it started, take it to AutoZone or other local big- box parts chop for free battery and altenator check up. Good luck and happy commuting!

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How do you know your battery is good? Have you had it load tested? Is it new or less than 4 years old? If you're certain its good, make sure the connections are clean and tight and there is a good ground. Then try boosting etc like jfritz said and see what happens. don't start randomly replacing parts. Isolate the problem and fix just that.

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