04 Pointiac Grand Prix 3800 series 3

Asked by Feb 20, 2018 at 04:31 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: General

I bought a new  crank shaft sensor for my 04  
Pointiac Grand 3800 series 3  but it  still will not
start,it cranks though but won't start.is it possible
that the coil packs are not getting any fire?  I know
it's not the fuel pump for sure. Can you help me out
on this one. Big Guy . Thanks  Curtis

10 Answers

4,330

Do you have spark at the plugs? are you sure you have fuel in the rail? whats the fuel pressure?

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Not sure of fuel pressure but it's strong yes have fuel in rail but I'm not getting any fire to the coil packs.

4,330

did you check fuses and the relay?

1 people found this helpful.

Yes I did it bumped over one time and that's it. I really don't know what else to do.

4,330

Is it cranking ok?

No it just spent over one time,never cranked up. At first it wasn't even doing that.,,

4,330

ok. can you or did you try to jump start it?

1,170

Pull Codes We aren't psychic

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Well I'm going to try a jump off tomorrow,and see if that helps,TBH I did I put my OBD II on it no codes came up that's what's crazy.

4,330

Let me know.

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