Where is the pass-key module on a 1991 Chevy Camaro?
Pass lock security was not installed on 1991 GM cars. I believe it was 1997/98 it was first installed
"The security resistor on your key may be dirty or dead. Try a new key from GM. It will come programmed right from the dealer. Another possibility is that your ignition key also has a resistor in it. That can only mean that there is a passkey system such as the one used in a 1994 Buick Regal Custom. When the passkey system fails, it costs about $350 to replace. However, for a Camaro, it's…
I know that in the 1991 Chevy Camaro Z28 the Pass-Key Decoder Module is located right behind the dash on the right hand side. (Passenger side) If you remove the top dash piece. You will see the speaker. just to the left of the speaker you will see/should see a metal bracket. The module is attach it. Just remove the 7mm screw and carefully pull the module up. BE CAUTION NOT TO HIT THE WINDOW…
THE 1991 Chevy Camaro RS had three engine options: SIX CYLINDER 3.1 V6 140 Horsepower. EIGHT CYLINDER 5.0 V8 170 Horsepower. EIGHT CYLINDER 5.0 TPI V8 215 Horsepower. The 1991 Chevy Camaro Z28/IROC Model came with the 5.7 TPI V8 245 Horsepower. Check out: http://www.musclecarclub.com/musclecars/chevrolet-camaro/chevrolet-camaro-history-3.shtml [URL]http://www.myspace.com/servalspeed[/URL]
the 1991 Chevy Camaro as with most Chevy's take four quarts of oil . Wehn changing the oil filter it will need one more for a total of five quarts. This is true for all engines offered in the year you spevcified. If the engine has been modified and a newer deep sump oil pan has been installed then you must follow the instructions that came with the pan or contact the manufacturer.
the module??? If it is the PCM "powertrain control module" you are looking for which in a '91 will pretty much contoll everything on the truck will be located behind the glovebox slighly toward the passenger side of the opening. The glovebox will need to be removed and you are looking for a silver box.