It is built into the engine control computor.
No, Chevrolet did not make a 1994 SS. The first year for the 4th Generation SS was 1996.
The 1994 Chevrolet Camaro power window relay switch can be found inside of the driver side door. You will need to remove the door panel to access the power window relay switch.
it disables the starter and the fuel injectors
It is attached to the lower part of the engine block.
I have a 1994 Chevrolet Camaro and I work at a car lot where we have several salvaged cars and i need to know what other heater core will fit on my car. I have a 2005 chevrolet malibu classic heater core and they look almost the same. Will it fit
under hood on driver side
No, those were 4-speed autos
It can be replaced either as the fuel pump or as the module. The module is the complete assembly including the sending unit. The pump is located in the fuel tank.
camaro* and its under the passenger side dashboard. you have to take the entire dash apart to get to it
It would be best to remove the alternator and take it to an electrical shop.
you will have to pull the tranny out to change it and then you can pop it out with a screwdriver.
It's in the gas tank so the tank has to come down to get it out.
on the leftside (driver), behind the bumper.
It's supposed to be where the dash meets the windshield right in front of the driver.
If it is not on the fuse panel then it is on the back of the dash near the steering column.
It is really non fo your consern
You will have to remove the gas tank and install a fuel pump module.
All components that have to have fluids changed have the drain plug on the bottom of the particular component.
depending on tire size, around 2100-2200 rpm
On all fuel injected engines the fuel pump is located in the gas tank.
I have a 1994 C1500. The spark control module is located in the cab, on the passenger side, above the heater blower. You can access it through the glove box by removing the inner liner. JFK
If your key has the anti-theft chip on it, the best (and likely only) place would be a Chevrolet dealer.
it might be the chip in the key. i know it does it in later model cars.
If you have a pass key light "on" then in all probability it is a broken wire on the ignition lock cylinder.