over this bullshit car

Asked by Jul 08, 2017 at 06:37 PM about the 2008 Pontiac G6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car won't start i bought it used but it literally ran
like brand new i've had it for a few months an i had
a head light out , and before that the information
bar under my radio messed up an looks like it went
out an back to the point i turned the car off after
driving ( was running perfect not a single thing
wrong ) i turned it off for about 15 -20 minutes an
now it will not start , battery was working perfect
but keeps making ticking noises when i turn the
lights on . basically it's like my cars possessed , my
dad told me to put it in neutral an try starting it
because the security lights on but the car started
going crazy like the doors kept locking an unlocking
and making lots of weird noises . i seriously don't
know what to do or anything

2 Answers


Since the security light is on it's probably a security system failure. Best thing to do is have it towed to your local GM Dealer for repair. They can plug into the computer and find out what's going on. Take all sets of keys with you when you drop it off. Also, the 10 minute and 30 minute relearn procedure won't work. That's for a very specific set of circumstances and as part of a repair. HTH. - Jim


Check the battery connections and the electrical connections at the starter. These connections need to be free of corrosion clean and tight.

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