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Remove security off a 1990 camaro because changed the ignition

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One way is to change out the chip from the cars computer. Another way is use a General Motors GM VATS Override Bypass Kit, I'v learned that there is a pre-packaged set of resistors for the 15 GM resistor values I found a place called Sonic Electronix. Sonic here it is: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...+DEI+652T.html
There is also a bit of misinformation on the internet Some tips I've learned when searching out this.
Example: Myth: The standard ignition cylinder lock will not fit or work in place of the vats ignition cylinder lock. Wrong! The standard 1990 camaro cylinder lock fits slightly deeper inside the column, so this takes away your ability to push in the key and turn it backwards for the accessory position. Other than that, it works fine for turning on the ignition.
I hope this helps some.

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