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Is there a difference between wiring harnesses on a Chevy Camaro 1995 3.8L and 1996?


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2011-09-13 05:43:40
2011-09-13 05:43:40

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.


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