how do I put a push button start in my 93 z28

Asked by Aug 31, 2017 at 02:28 AM about the 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWD

Question type: Car Customization

I lost my keys partying with my buddy's so my car was stuck at a friend's house until I got the money for the dealer to get me another key made anyway somebody tried to steal my car from my friends house and messed up my whole steering column but I need to drive my car for work to get the money to fix it so I'm asking how can I put a push button start on my car and get it to run because as of now it won't even crank over ?

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woah- sounds like you got more problems than a push button can fix- idk what we can tell you here, not being able to assess the damage to the wiring, etc. let's just start with the partying/losing keys part- are you trying to avoid the consequences of your bad behavior?

Not at all you've never got drunk with your friends at the bar ? No there was no damage to the wires whoever it was just busted the side of the column open pushed some bar back and that's how I get the ignition to come on is I pull the little bar forward anyway and the only wire that was hanging wasn't even a wire it looked like a spring


that bar (rack) has teeth on it right ? thats part of the switch , the lock cylinder is the pinion/spur gear that moves it , get a new ignition switch , check some u tube vids and give it a try , not that hard really , the devil is in the detail , a locksmith may do a better price than the dealer


don't mess with mr. booze (you're gonna loose)

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