2007 Pontiac Grand Prix starting issues

Asked by Aug 17, 2016 at 06:34 PM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

About a month ago my 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
would not start. After thinking it was the starter
replaced that and still didn't start. Battery was badly
corroded so I cleaned the terminals and put a new
battery in it and then it ran just fine. Recently will
not start again. Turn the key and it either 1) clicks
multiples times and my alarm and wipers go crazy
or 2) will start and then die immediately after. If I
give the car gas when it starts at first it will stay on
but definitely not what I want to do. Anybody got
any ideas? Much appreciated.

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Have the alternator tested should be charging at 14 volts.

I should mentioned that...tested the alternator and it was 14 volts

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