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How do you bypass the security chip on a 1995 Camaro?

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Answered 2011-09-12 23:44:18

there isn't one

wes_edmiston says:

That's not true. Guessing, but I'd say your security light came on in your car or something along those lines? Happened to mine too : P. What you should do is take your key to your local Chevy dealer and get the resistance number off of your key(1-15). After that just look online for a VATS bypass module - I found one on eBay for $17.50 with free shipping. Install is fairly simple and sfter that you should be worry free...

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