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1999 chevrolet camaro, Not directionals, took steering column apart to replace ignition, everthing appears to be reconnectect correctly, tested before reinstalling steering wheel and air bag, directional were working prior

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You must have dislodged a wiring connector ?? take it all off and check it again

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I have a 95 camaro, I put the key in ignition and it will not turn the ignition. It's like it's stuck. Replaced the ignition module and still cannot turn ignition. Help!


the ignition module (ignition switch on top of the steering column) normally doesn't get stuck.

things you can try:
steering wheel lock: (the pin gets a "burr" on it and locks everything up) wiggle steering wheel back and forth while trying to turn key.

transmission lock (parking on an incline will jam up the interlock)
push the shifter farther into park while trying to turn the key, or wiggle shifter

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Search for a short in the system. Check steering column area, as all the mentioned systems run near there.

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At the bottom of steering column on key side is the electrical ignition switch.

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Replace ignition in 1999 camaro


The steering wheel does have to come off to access the ignition lock cylinder, however the ignition switch is mounted to the column and does not require the wheel to be removed. A locksmith would have rekeyed the lock cylinder. The high beam switch is mounted of the left side of the column and is actuated by a 6 inch long rod. This does not require the wheel to come off.

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1990 camaro was bought 3 weeks ago has a


I believe it is electrical, and someone,
1.Has tried to bypass the use of the correct ignition key,
2.Or a fusible link for the starter is blown.

Does the ignition key have a chip on the side of it? The 1990 Camaro uses an ignition key with a resistor on the side of it. (Chip)

I had a guy install a radio, cut many wires, then wired it up wrong.
I found fusible links in the engine compartment that were blown, and wires that weren't hooked up correctly.
Took a couple of days, plus the wiring schematic for the engine compartment, and interior, to figure out what he had done!

My suggestion would be to find out if the ignition key fits THAT car first. (Dealer info)
Find out if it's the correct steering column.
Then look under the engine compartment to check out the starter wiring. You'll need 1990 Camaro wiring diagrams.

The prior owner bypassed the ignition switch with that push button momentary switch, because either/or a fusible link has melted through, or it is the wrong ignition key. (And maybe a different steering column complete with key switch!)

The 'Chip' on the key is a resistor, and THE correct resistance is needed to bypass the theft deterrent system.

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1984 camaro steering column cable


Did you have gear indicateor on dash? If yes than thats probably what it was, real small?

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Check your ignition switch.It is possible it is coming apart and only powering up some accessories.

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Ignition Switch and sterring column


you should have a rod from the key switch down to the switch mounted about 18 inches down the colum. this is the actual switch so the wiring is lower where there is more room

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It should be located on the right side of the steering column about half way to the floor. It is activated by a rod connected to the lock key cylinder that runs down the column to the switch.
Let me know if you need anything further.
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your steering column has a plate with 4 inverted torx fasteners I believe they are e8 fasteners, you must remove the upper tilt flange to gain access to these bolts , a few special tools will be needed : Pivot pin puller , steering wheel puller , lockplate depresser to name 3. the job takes about 1.5 hours to complete. hope this helps a little.

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