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What would cause a 2001 Grand Am SE1 to lose all power?


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2015-07-17 17:37:51
2015-07-17 17:37:51

pop open the hood and when youre standing in front of the car, towards the rear of the engine bay will be a little black box that says fuse panel or something like that. twist off the little bolt thing that holds it on. theres going to be a wire on the bottom of the right corner. check to make sure that the bolt holding that wire on is tight. mine on my '99 came loose and i had the same power at light, windows, instrument panel or anything

Battery cables: I had the same problem on my 2001 grand am from the not having dioelectric grease on the batery cable bolts on the battery side.

Alternator. I had one go bad on me and lost all power. I mean ALL power. Very easily to replace though.

oxygen sensor. if you can still turn the car on and it wouldn't be the alternator or the battery. if you floor it and it moves very very slow it is the o2 sensor or the spark plugs/wires.

if the car runs but is sluggish it could be the coil


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