The starter enable relay is located behind the driver side kick panel (where the hood latch release is). To access, there are two screws that hold the kick panel in place. Remove the screws, pull out the kick panel, you will see a black plastic relay with four wires going to it. This is your starter enable relay.
There is no such thing. There is a starter solonoid which is on top of the starter. actually there is a starter enable relay on these camaros. i have an 89 iroc. the starter enable relay is used with the 'pass key' anti-theft system. there is a resistor in the ignition key, without the special key, the car won't start. this pass key system energizes the starter enable relay, allowing voltage to pass to the starter solenoid.
below left side of I/P near fuse block
behind and above the fuse block to the left of the pedals
The 1993 Chevy Camaro starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. You can follow the positive at three cable directly to the starter.
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1993 Chevy Camaro battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. The starter will come off.
with out a core its about $125
The starter relay on a 1996 Chevy 3.8l Camaro is located in the engine compartment along the left side. It sends power to operate the starter and prevents overloads.
The starter on an 89 Chevy Camaro is installed by placing the vehicle on jack stands, attaching the starter wires, and aligning it with the mounting holes. The bolts are place in the starter, torqued down, and the shroud cover attached.
into the throttle body/ carburetor.
On my 350ci chevy, it is above/beside the starter on the engine block. BE CAREFUL or you will get a face full of antifreeze!
underneath on the passenger sidenext to oil pan
Where the motor and trans meet on the driver side