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Old 30 Nov 2011, 01:46 am
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Default How do I hook up a Honda security kill switch ?

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Old 30 Nov 2011, 02:01 am
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you can do it the hard way or and easy way, the hard way is far to hard to explain in this forum but an easy kill switch system goes as follows.















find and fit a switch that only you know about that can handle a 10 amp current max. this will use a two wire system which if you can use black as a colour as it will not stand out to much. run it under the hood with other wire and run it down to the starter motor, you will find a power wire that activates the starter on the end of the solenoid. pull it off and ever solider r use crimp connectors on to the wire and them fit a connector to the other wire, using easy of the two wire that go to the switch,















this way the starter will not go unless the kill switch it on
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