1965 ElCamino's did not come from the factory with an ECM. If you have the switch out you may be able to cross the connection that is activated by the metal in the key. On those years the theft deterrent is a piece of metal set into the key that completes a connection inside the ignition switch. If you complete that connection permanantly before installing the switch you wont need the original key.
You scream at the harness at the top of your lungs until the theft deterrent key bypasses. It will make a beeping noise when it is bypassed.
The population of The Original Factory Shop is 2,100.
The Original Factory Shop's population is 2,010.
i have seen a 86 with a 454bb 5 speed. not factory
No, only the Firebird did
200 horsepower from the factory
Did you ever find out the cause of that i have a 1999 Pontiac firebird and mine does the same thing.! Did you ever find out the cause of that i have a 1999 Pontiac firebird and mine does the same thing.!
Around 180HP from the factory.
It could. Most 300's did. It also has a chip key theft deterrent system.
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yes! run it to the trunk
Your question is unclear. Factory parts are factory parts. Factory Equivelant parts are after market parts.
It is located in Easton, PA; the site of their original factory and current headquarters.
Yes, when you reset a computer to original factory settings it's the way it is when it's fresh out of the box.
If you know the original selling dealer, they may have the factory code in their records. If you do not know the original dealer, any Ford dealer can access the factory code in their shop.
The original writer of the Oompa Loompa song is Roald Dahl. It was featured in the original novel of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory written by Dahl in 1964.
If you mean 3.8 Litre engine, the answer is 200 horsepower, from the factory. 225 lb/ft of torque.
No, have to use line-out converters.
Usually no if you sell the system with the car
The title of the original book is "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory".
either the owner's manual or the factory service manual
Probably one with a factory 2.5L I4 engine since hardly anyone ever bought one with that engine
Around 240.00 Better Off Installing A New One It Will Cost Less