Question about Pontiac Sunbird
"The vehicle is not responding" comes out when the voltage is too low. If you have replaced the battery and the alternator and still get it then you have short in the wiring. The only way to find it is to disconnect all major consumers (starter, lights and ECM) and check the wiring one wire at a time till you find the short one.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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