Car won’t crank

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Asked by nickgamer219/TheEvol... Dec 19, 2019 at 09:05 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2002 grand am & when I went outside
this am to start my car nothing happened.
Lights come on & everything so I’m almost
positive it’s not the battery. When I turn the
key over I could hear the pump come on, I
didn’t hear a clicking noise so idk if it’s my
starter or not. I’m lost here. Idk what’s going
on.

4 Answers

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I was told to check my battery by turning on the wipers & if they work like normal (not working slowly) then I dnt have a battery issue. There was a couple times before where I went to start my car & it acted as tho it wanted to but didn’t, then it eventually started. Now it won’t crank at all when I turn the key over.

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So my car just miraculously started out of nowhere smh

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Now I’m started to think it really is the battery. I’m going to run it up to auto zone real quick & have them test it

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It’s not the battery or alternator...went to get them tested...was told they were good...& when I went back out to start my car again this am it did the same thing...won’t crank

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