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Old 12-20-2010, 08:24 AM
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MARTINSR that's a good fix they should't see. execpit for ihave a cable going to disb. but i can make it work and it would be closer to me thank you big66

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Like I said, there is a wire going to your tach on most cars so you have it right there anyway.

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hehe yeah. I can tell you how much of a headache trackign down an ignition system that doesn't work because the tach wire is grounded can be..
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The 'Coil Kill Switch' is a featured already built into our Kwik Wire Wiring Harnesses.

The positive wire is hooked to a switch in all of their harnesses and then controlled by the switch mounted right on the fuse panel. It works great, and it allows you to still listen to the radio and such when you're at a car show!
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