2004 pontiac grand prix super charge

Asked by Sep 19, 2016 at 04:23 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: General

The car was running fine, i park it for 7 days battery  
went dead got a new on put in now when i try to
start it it says nothing no crank. What should i do?

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Is the motor turning over, did you have the old battery load tested?

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All the lights and stuff is coming on the car just want start or even try to start its quite

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Check the Battery terminal wires for shorts or corrosion and if tight at block/frame grounds and starter connections good and tight no frayed/burned wires, check the grounds from engine block to frame. Try a set of jumper cables and another car to see if it tries to turn over or start. Check fuse block under the dash and hood for blown fuses. May just need a starter motor.

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