My 2006 Pontiac Prix does not have fire

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Asked by Nov 30, 2013 at 11:09 AM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was worming up my car for 15 min. I
went to leave and it died. I have checked
all the fuses, battery And fuel pump.
They all seem to be in good shape. I dont
think it has fire.

4 Answers

78,065

Sounds like the ignition control module. HTH. -Jim

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like jim said, if u smelll raw fuel in the exhaust, ignition control module could be out. also go for trouble codes too.

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It was the crankshaft sensor. pain in the butt to change but we did and now it runs good. Thanks!

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my 06 pontiac grand prix wont start, we tried charging it but my husband said it's not sparking any where. the code electrical error keeps coming up. the lights will come on and it did start for a little while but when he cut it off it wouldnt start back. also I noticed when i put the key in the ignition the gauge's would jump

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