Question about 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
This is a known problem with camaro's up to 2002.Inside the stering wheel column a wire breaks going to the ignition cylinder from you turning the car on and off.
They need a strain relief on the wire going to the cyclinder that completes your key chip to the cyclinder.. you can fix the open yourself by fixing the the broken wire... lot of work.Or if you replace the key cyclinder , but you have to blow a new key and your chevrolet dealer is the only people that can do this..My 2002 z was covered. $50.00 deductable... saved...
1 26033387 cylinder 2.188 $131.15
1 26019403 key ign L 2.187 $29.34
1 26019403 key ign L 2.18 $29.34
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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