It is an OBD-I system so if you don't already have the code reader, get it at Wal-Mart, or any automotive store (generic ones for GM can be had for between $20-$30). Then online resources such as www.v6fbody.com or camarosource have big tech sections where you can possibly find the code breakdown. If not on those sites, just search in a search engine for camaro engine codes and it shouldn't be hard to find for that car.
buy a hanes for like 10$ manual, no special tools required either, just need a simple paper clip.
^^^^^ OBD-1 is expensive and hard to come by Autozone/Advanced don't have them...a lot of shops don't have them. A Easy and FREE way to check is to take off your Fuse box cover located under your driver side Dash.. you will see your ECU plugs...there are 2 rows a top and bottom... take a piece of wire or paperclip and jump to far right TOP 2 terminals together (top row, far right, last 2) then turn your key on to the accessories position. You will see code 12 flash on the dash 3x like this....flash...pause....flash,flash =12. then after that count the numbers for whatever code thereafter.... each code will flash 3x. code 12 means its working it will also finish with code 12 to show no more codes. sometimes if you are having ignition problems your SES light will appear and you scan codes and only get a code 12 its something bad in your distributor that's not storing the code to you ECU ...just a (FYI)
Go on line and type in; abs code for 1993 camaro and click on on of the sites. It tells different codes for the different problems other people had with there camaro.
You need the "number codes" for the car.Look on any Camaro/Firebird website.3rd gen .org is good one.
The check engine light comes on at start up for a bulb check. If it stays on with the engine running the computer has detected a malfunction. You need to have it checked for codes.
yes, and what codes are you asking about "check engine" or anti lock radio codes?
It will be to the left of the thermostat housing, in the intake.
Have the system scanned for codes. Make the necessary repairs andthen have the code cleared using a scanner.
my 92 camaro is fitted with the anti theft device i changed the ignition switch and the car will not start need codes what are they??
take it two a auto zone and they will hook up 2 your computer and give any codes needed
There are a number of signs that become apparent when an ECM computer on a 1990 Chevy is going bad. The top signs include a non-functioning speedometer and flashing codes on the dash.
Disconnect the battery for 15 minutes. It will clear the codes but will not solve the problem. Best thing is to have the codes read to find a solution.
you cannot jump the computer terminals on a vehicle with the OBD2 computer unlike the original OBD. you must check codes with a computer tester. very cheap at autozone--bought mine for $25.00.
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