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Asked by Aug 30, 2016 at 12:42 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I have a 2006 Grand Prix gt supercharged. My car has been killing while driving it. I can drive a short distance then it just cut off while driving. I have change the fuel pump,catilac converter, relays and battery and altanator. Today I started my car went to the store came out and it wouldn't start anymore. Does anyone have a clue on this situation?

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What happens when you try to start it?

It just crank but it won't turn over

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Have you changed the fuel filter?

Yeah I change that and fuel pump

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When you replaced the fuel pump, did you replace it with the OEM unit or like an Airtex unit??

I replaced the OEM unit

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Interesting-- it sounds like you may have a dying pump or a clogged injector-- the reason why I asked which brand of pump did you replace it with is, it is a known fact that the airtex pumps are prone to immediate failure (note: this does not mean ALL airtex pumps fail- just most of them). Also, does the car have a check engine light??

No check engine light

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Have it scanned for trouble codes and have the fuel system pressure tested to make sure your replacement pump is working properly. While its unlikely, its possible you may have a faulty pump, so you need to eliminate that as a problem. Most likely the computer will have a stored trouble code that will lead you to the problem.

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