Really need help I'm a new driver

Asked by Sep 24, 2017 at 07:39 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car will turn over but won't start it's not getting
spark, I checked the spark plugs and wires they are
fine. I unhooked the battery and rehooked it, my car
starts but after 15-20 minutes it dies. No error
codes are coming up, I only have 4 light on my car
that have popped up my ABS(not concerned about)
oil light,check engine light, and service engine soon

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Oil light means low oil pressure or the gauge is faulty. a check engine light and SES light tells you that there are codes stored int he system. You need to scan for the codes. If not codes come up, try a better scanner.

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I would be concerned with the ABS light. With the light on, it means the ABS is not active, so in an emergency braking situation, you have to remember to pump the brakes.

Ik that's how I was taught to break to begin with

re-check the side terminal battery connections-8mm wrench and make sure they are tight. A loose battery connection can have those symptoms: check engine codes clearing, stalling/cutting out randomly.

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