2002 Pontiac Bonneville 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 88000 miles
I've been a heavy truck/diesel equipment mechanic for 40+ years so I don't claim to be a car mechanic but I've had my share of car experince, mostly GM.
So here's my problem. I have a no crank problem---sometimes. I can try to crank and nothing, wait a couple minutes and the engine will crank and start.
I can start it several times in a row, let it set 10 + - minutes and no crank. Again turn on ignition and wait a few minutes and crank and start.
I'm pretty sure it has a security system, security light in dash, but I don't know how that effects the starting system.
Now here's the run down on what I've trouble shot.
All basics---fuses, relays, (for starter and ignition located in power distribution centers in engine and under seat) battery, starter and neutral safety switch. I have not checked the ignition switch or any other related relays or soleniods pertaining to the starter enable relay control if it has one or where it is located. Another possible could be the engine oil level module. My wiring diagram shows a ignition on/off timer in that module.
Well I hope I've hit on something to get you started.
Here's the VIN, maybe it will help, 1G2HX54K824143964. Thanks.
have the same problem?
Monday, August 31st, 2009 AT 8:44 AM