Having problems with your 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT ?

I have a 2000 grand am and right now it wont start.well it starts and dies.fuel pump comes on for a split second then shuts off. the interior lights, trunk lock switch or door locks dont work.mind u i drove this car to work at 5 am and went to start it at 5 pm and the problen revieled its self. i have had no problems with this car ever.im sure it has pass lock but it must be paslock 3 cause there is no chip in the key.what do you think the problem might be?to me it is just strange that the light

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

Well it has passlock two and this is common with these cars. never seen the other issue to accompany it but if you do a relearn of the key and it starts then it could be two different issue's but if it don't work then they are related.

a relearn of the key is done with the ebrake up to keep the day time running lights off ( not an issue for you) but do it anyway. put key in the ignition and turn it to the on postion right before crank for 10 sec. turn it off for 10 sec. then turn it back on for 10 mins. repeat two more times back off for 10 sec. and then back on for 10 mins. it is cruishle you try to keep with in the times or very close. 10 seconds and 10 minuites three times and that will relearn the key and if it starts then you may have two issue's but hard to tell with out testing. but i think this is the best thing you can do for now.

i have a customer that can't afford the passlock module and labor so i taught her this and she is better then me now at it. lol... but like i said very common issue. let me know if you have any more question. good luck
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