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I am trying to figure out why my 1995 camaro (3.4L) won't start. I did the diagnostic and it gave me a code 46, which is Pass key II circuitry. I would like to know if anyone knows what is wrong. I think it may be the theft detterent relay or module. (don't know where they are located). by the way i am in italy, so i have no chevy garage to take it to. thanks for the help.
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Welcome to the Club, shrtrnd7. Sigonella, Been there, done that.

Read instructions on "No Start" from the Owner's Manual. It suggests to attempt to start. I fno start, wait min 3 minutes, and start again with same key. It should start.

Hopefully, this problem developed using the same key forever and not another key thrown in the bowl.

Yes, there is a module, over by the glovebox area, I think. And, there is a method to overcome, but, I don't know it.

Others here know of it, do a search.......

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I should have mentioned i have already tried both keys and read the instruction manual and waited the 3 minutes. the car will still not start. i appreciate the help though. if anyone else can help, pls let me know.
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Did you see this?


https://www.camaros.net/cgi-bin/forum...;f=10;t=000716

My first attempt would be to clean the key and the ignition switch with an electronics cleaner. The kind that you can spray into the switch like a carb cleaner. May just be dirty contacts.

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