98 gradprix turn key nothing happens.Was driving car lights started flashing and car just died...now nothing works no power at all ...turn keY AND NOTHING.NO HEADLIGHTS WONT CRANK NOTHING

Asked by Mar 25, 2017 at 10:38 AM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Sounds like you might need a alt ,did your alt light come on ? ,if you have a battery charger try charging the battery then check your charging system,if the veh starts have your alt checked to see if its charging correctly should be around 14 volts ,hope this helps you Good luck

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scan for trouble codes , let us know what happens

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Agree. Scan for codes. Also have the battery load tested. Sounds like a battery, or alternator, or maybe both. Could be other things too though, so do proper diagnostics first before randomly replacing parts and hoping for a cure.

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