Re: 03 starting problem
Or could easily be your alternator. If you had to jump the car and it started, but then died shortly after this is normally a sign of alternator dying. Once that car is started and its not being driven (in neutral/park, but running) watch your voltmeter, if it starts to drop it could easily be the alternator as I have had this problem on my 2002. They are about $200 at autozone and an easy install. Also might as well take it out and drive it up there in another car and have it tested by autozone just to be sure before you replace it as they can tell you if it holds a charge also. I recommend having a second person help when you put it back on as its difficult to crank the belt tensioner with a breaker bar/torque wrench and line up the belt over the alternator pulley at the same time. Hope this was helpful.
2002 True Blue V6 to GT Vert
16.1@86 as an auto 3.8
2.15 60', 9.3@77, 14.4@96 as a 5spd SOHC 4.6