Question about Pontiac Sunfire
Usually the only thing that causes a blinking check engine light is a cylinder misfire. Usually this is caused by a failed ignition module, but to find out specifically,might take some guessing, or a computer download. You can scan the car's computer system, anf find out what codes are tripped. Most auto parts stores, like autozone,will do this for free. If you detect a cylinder misfire code, or similar, that is what you need to get fixed..
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