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I was told that there is a way to by pass,,is this possible?

I have found a wire that does not look like it was hooked up,,by starter,,truck started after new moter but then would not after looking at other things,,the guy that put moter in said there is a way to by pass??but he is noware to be found,,but he looked it up on computer,please help,need trk

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You don't say what truck, year, model, etc. When he put the motor in were any wires trapped or damaged? Don't bypass anything without good reason. Keep it as standard as possible. Sort the problem, don't create more. Get some experienced help.

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