Question about 1991 Chevrolet Corvette
There are 2 factory alarms on your car...VATS is the one with the resistor pellet in the key. 1) make sure the key you are using is clean at the pellet, any dirt will incease the resistor value. 2) if you have an after market alarm, make sure its door lock output is the same as the vettes (+ ground, - ground, or relay) 3) if your cars is all factory stuff, your VATS module may be bad [the least likely). Suggest a bypass kit...search 'VATS values' and match the resistance with the value of your key 1-15. If your key has a super warn pellet, you can match the resistance value on your key to a guy on ebay 1-15, buy the key on ebay for $15 and have anyone cut it..or go to a dealer and drop $50. BTW --your starter kill delay should only be 5-8 minutes.
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