In 1995 the 3.8l was the v6 engine for camaros in California and in 96 the 3.8l was the only v6 for all camaros , so there would be NO difference, don't post sh*t on here if you don't know what you're talking about...
well there is no such thing as a 95 3.8 they intro'd the 3.8 in the base 96 models so i woulda have to say yes definitely
1993-96 had 3.8, they were very rare, i believe 7.3% of Camaro's came with the 3.8 RS package. The wiring is the same. I replaced my old 1995 Camaro 3.4 motor with a 1993 3.4 and the wiring was the same. Also best friend bought a 1996 and went to a junk yard and found a 3.8 motor in a 94 camaro, everything was the same.
There are parts of the wiring harnesses going to every corner of the car.There are parts of the wiring harnesses going to every corner of the car.
There are several sources for thes, but JC Whitney has the best price that I know. Go To: http://www.jcwhitney.com/Painless-Wiring-VW-Wiring-Harnesses/4294966718-600010488.jcw Good luck with it.
Remove wiring harnesses, unbolt it, remove from engine. Install new alternator, apply tension using bar, bolt it, hookup wiring harnesses.
There are harnesses all over the vehicle.
There are wiring harnesses all over the vehicle.
no different wiring harnesses.
Find a company that sells wiring harnesses and they will be able to get a harness. Most of these include the wiring details. Look on eBay for 'Stereo Wiring Harness'
It really depends on which wiring harness. If you are asking about the whole cars wiring I would seriously take it to a shop. Other harnesses may be easy, like the radio harness, and door switch harnesses are the easy ones.
Open the trunk. Look at the upper part of the trunk between the rear shelf speakers. You should see two boxes with wiring harnesses connected to them. Unplug the wiring harnesses from the left box (drivers side). Now check to see if the alarm system is still operational.