Question about 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
A few questions to start have you had you vehicle battery replaced lately, or had an after market security/remote starter installed. the vats system is a very touchy system. i run into it alot at best buy. i am the senior car tech there. the second answer you read is the easiest i would just get the bypass module. what is happening is either the factory security system is "bugging out" or sometimes but rare if the resistor in the key or contact point in the tumbler is getting worn out or not making good contact throwing off the ohm reading a bit throwing the vats off. you are lucky if it was working it should engage a starter kill and cut power to the fuel pump which as i have seen happen before can just happen out of the blue. either get a vats bypass or send your computer out to someone who reprograms cumputers after mods have been done to set up the computer to eliminate the vats while your there you can also have different things changed like speed limiter spark curves tweek it for perfomance the sky is the limit but usually runs about two hundred if you have anyother questions i have been restoring and moding 3rd and 4th gens for about ten years now shot me an email to email@example.com
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
If his ideas don't work you may need to get a VATS bypass module. First, go get the resistance number off of your key down at your locale Chevy dealer. Next just look online for the module. I had the same problem with my 94 (bypass module is same part for 93-02), got it off eBay for $17.50 including shipping/handling.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a 97 fire-bird that did the same but mine would not start I would have to pull fuses (ignition fuses) about every three days so it would start I was told the chip in the key or sensor in the ignition was wearing out.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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