I have a 1996 Grand AM and it did the same thing to me, but
I didn't have the money to take it to a dealer.
I think I might have a
solution it might work and it might not.
Try replacing the
ignition tumbler set by yourself.
After that put the car on a trickle charger for the battery.
Turn the key to on
-- not start, but on.
instruments will come on, but that's what you want.
Leave it on for at least
35 minutes to an hour. DO NOT turn the key off. Now try to
start the car. If it works,
it usually lasts for awhile; if
not there is a relay mounted on the engine side of the
radiator driver side -- replace
This works sometimes.
Just give it a try and make sure you disconnect the
air bag before you do anything.
this helps you. It did
work for me.