Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
You could have a problem with theanti-theft device if yours is equiped with one. If it is there is a very simple fix. First you need to know if you have the anti-theft device on your car and to know that just look at your key. If your key has a black raised area on it then you have the anti theft device. You will need to check the resistance between the two sides of the black raised area. go to radio shack and get a resistor that matches that resistance and install it in the car. To know where to install it you will need to find the orange wire coming from the ignition switch and down the steering column. Cut the wire and you will find two wires inside the orange jacket. Strip both wiresthat do NOT go to the ignition switch and put the resistor on those two wires. It is best to solder the connections but definately tape them up good. Sounds like alot but it really is pretty easy.
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