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I have a 95 camaro that was a v6 and I put a v8 in it but a friend told me I would have to by pass the ignition by hooking up a swich to the starter and to the battorie and it should crank over

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The only way to properly complete the swap is to swap the modules from a v8 car into your car along with the harness.

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When you hook the battery back up start and run the car normally. Maybe a 20 minute run ONE WAY to a friends house this will give the onboard computer time to adjust.

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