Check the 2001 Grand Ams crank shaft position sensor first. If the sensor is bad then the engine will not get fire or start.
Out of gas.
Cranks and turn over are the same thing. It may crank or turn over and not start. If that is the case, find out if it needs fire or fuel and go from there.
YES BUTIt requires changing over all the intake and accessories over to the 2001 equipment
A bad cam or crank sensor can cause a no start, but the engine will still crank or turn over.
Bad crank position sensor
Yes. In fact, you can expect to go through almost as many crank sensors as you do tires over the years.
problably your crank positioning sensor, on the front of motor, behind crank pulley. about a $40.00 dollar part. good luck
2001 grand prix wont turn over keep trying and it kills the battery
A ratchet and socket on the bolt that holds the crank pulley on.A ratchet and socket on the bolt that holds the crank pulley on.
Sometimes my sons 2001 Grand Am does that. It has to do with the Security System. Turn the key to ACC the Security light will start blinking and will continue to do so for 10 minutes. At that time the Security Light will stay on. At that point you can start you car. This works for him Good Luck.
my 1998 kia sephia will not crank over
Crank it over, should self prime.Crank it over, should self prime.
No. If it did crank over it wouldn't be seized.
If a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee's oil pressure gauge is measuring high, ensure it is not over-full on oil. You can also check the fuse.
It IS possible. Tell us more-- does it crank over? Have you checked anything else?
When you say 'crank over' are you saying the engine won't do anything? First check your battery and then your starter or starter solenoid. You can turn the crank to check if the block is seized or not.
i am a land rover master tech,the first thing to do is make shure you have a good battery.test the fuel pressure and if there is no fuel pressure the fuel pump will take out the crank sensor leavig vehicle with no spark. so if you have good fuel pressure and no spark it sound like your crank sensor is bad.common problem. i hope i was able to help you.
The Transmission is getting overheated, there may be an internal failure.
cheap brake pads do that. Get over it, or replace.
probably crank sensor, they are famous for that
Check the Malibu crank position sensor and coil pack. One of these is the most likely cause of the loss of fire.
A loose battery cable will cause the engine not to crank over. A bad starter will also cause the engine to not crank over.
I wish I had the answer - this just started happening to me today.