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Old 01-02-2010, 08:13 PM
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If anyone has installed one personally, please tell me how you did it.. i just want it to start the engine. I still want to turn my key as well. It will not be hooked up to the ignition/fuel pump at all. If someone doesnt like this idea, and you want to tell me that its a waste because i still have to turn my key, im sorry it doesnt impress you, its just for looks... anyways please help guys, thanks!!!
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I don't know off the top of my head how ignition switches in these trucks work but usually they should just bridge two wires giving power to the starter solenoid. Thats all you should have to do, find those wires, cut out the ignition switch and wire them into a push button. If you use a toggle switch use some sort of safety switch that automatically returns. This may be more difficult with newer trucks if they are using coded keys of any kind...... I know I'm not much help but thats the basics of it. Time to find some wiring diagrams and figure out what all is going on with the turn of the switch really.
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Thats a lot of help, and i appreciate it. I will not be using a toggle switch.
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