Fuel? Spark? Compression?
That all depends on the problem your having and grand ams are full of electrical problems.
security lock out had same problem with our 2004 grand am
I've had the same problem with my car not starting after its ran out of gas. I've found that with my 01 Pontiac Grand Am that I have to have at least 4 gallons of gas in my car for it to start after its ran out of gas.
Your mom's car needs fuel, spark and compression to run. The car is missing one of those.
Does it crank? do you have spark? fuel?
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you simply can't!
I had the same problem with my Grand Am and there is a recall on the ignition switch. I had to take the vehicle to an authorized GM dealer and they replaced it for me at no cost.
Does it turn over? Does it have: fuel spark compression?
Answer: Intermittent problems are very hard to diagnose. Your no start problem may be your fuel pump. Try to check it for pressure during the not start problem. Also, check for spark at the spark plugs. From what you described, your problem could be the coil module, the cam angle sensor or the crank angle sensor.
check your ignition fuse- check your crank senser and wires- when you turn your key on but dont start engine listen for the fuel pump to buzz- check for gas in the fuel rail-check for spark