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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-15-2010, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Trying to find out what the color of the wire on the ignition module to hook up a pro armor teather kill switch.

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Trying to find out what the color of the wire on the ignition module to hook up a pro armor teather kill switch.
I've never hooked one up, but wouldn't it just hook to the positive on the coil and when it grounds it would kill the engine?

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Here is a link that shows how to install a Pro Design kill switch on a 400EX and it says to hook it to the black/yellow wire.

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I just looked at the wiring diagram for a 300EX and the same wire on it is black/yellow also. It runs from the ignition control module to the positive on the ignition coil just like I thought. Any time you want to hook a kill switch on any engine, just hook it to the positive on the coil and when it's grounded, it will kill the engine.

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Thanks Helmut. I was looking up the info on google and could find nothing on a 300 ex
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Thanks Helmut. I was looking up the info on google and could find nothing on a 300 ex
Trying to explain on the phone.
According to the 300EX wiring diagram, it's a black/yellow wire, but regardless of the color, it will be the wire running to the hot on the ignition coil.

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