Question about 1992 Pontiac Sunbird
Try inspecting your crank shaft sensor lead wire or replacing your crank shaft sensor. The ICM and also give you the same issues your having, but start with the crank shaft sensor first.
Here is a link that should help you get your DTC codes and hope it will lead you in the right direction to addressing your engine's issues.
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