2003 Pontiac Grand Prix 3800 V6.
Dear JK: The car will turn over, run for a couple of seconds
and then shuts off.  After about the 10th try it ran fine.  My son
says it has been difficult to start for a week or two.

Hello and welcome,. This could be 1 of several problems. You could have a fuel pressure problem(bad
fuel pump, plugged filter), Leaking
fuel pressure regulator
causing a rich condition- which would stumble and chug before it dies, or you could have a theft system
problem. If after it starts and stall, leave key on and see if the security/theft light stays on or
flashes-that would indicate a theft problem. While it is acting up, will need to check these things in
order to find out what is the next step. Let me know what you find.
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Problem with my 2001Pontiac Grand Am
2.4 L
GM Computer codes = no
Changed spark plugs
Work done to repair this problem = changed spark plugs
GM tech = JK
question = The car intermittently misses under normal driving conditions every once in a while.
Changing the spark plugs makes it go away but a day or so later it comes back.

If changing the plugs helps, i would look closely at the plugs that were removed. Make sure they all
seem the same color. If one is oil fouled, or looks a little greenish or orange (depending on which
coolant is in the system at this time) this would indicate an internal engine problem. If one is totally
black, this would indicate a rich fuel condition which may be caused by a faulty injector or is more
than one is black, then i would suspect a leaking fuel pressure regulator.
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