No power

Asked by Brookelynn6 Oct 07, 2019 at 02:20 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I hit a big water puddle a few days ago. My car
went through it with no issues ran fine and even
the next morning started just fine no issues. Later
on I went to start it and all my dials on my dash
went up but then all instantly laid dead and my
dash said that my traction control was turned off
and I had no fuel after just filling my tank. I tried
pushing my TC button in center counsil but it won't
turn on. Any suggestions?

1 Answer


Sounds like water may have got into an electrical connection and is messing you up. My Cobalt does crazy things like that from time to time when the weather is rainy. I just drive it and it seems to dry out and go back to normal. If that fails find a shop that specializes in electrical repairs and have them track it down. And of course have it scanned for trouble codes.

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