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Old 03-02-2015, 11:22 AM   #51
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Old 03-07-2015, 12:16 AM   #52
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Hi i have a 92 camaro rs 305tbi auto Trans .. I too have a question on what to do when you have done the bypass trick with the correct resistance. My has has been running on the bypass for roughly a year .. every now and then the car would choose when it wanted to start and when it wouldn't .. sometimes the car wouldn't start and then I would sit there for 10 minutes and it would and wouldn't have an issue for roughly a week .. today it pee'd the bed and did this for 45 minutes and then started .. so I figured it would be alright to shut it off one last time to get food and sure enough it won't start .. lucky my friend has a flatbed .. where should I go from here ? Can resistors go bad or is it my vats module going bad ? Also to bypass completely you need a new chip burned if I remember right from reading on this page so if anyone knows anyone on here or a shop I need to fix this asap for work lmk thank you !
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Old 03-29-2015, 12:53 PM   #53
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I would first check were you connected the resistor for signs of corrosion. I did have a resistor break( the wire from the blue section of reistor broke off) in the past.
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does anyone have a picture of where to connect the resistors at the column under the dash.?
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