Xph Posted July 16, 2017 Report Share Posted July 16, 2017 So I have this 50a toggle switch wired in to replace my key switch ignition, the way its wired it is both the ignition and accessory power, is that suitable for a kill switch? IE if you toggle off the switch, it will stop the fuel pump, ignition, kill the motor, ect... (only thing connected to our accessory power at the moment is our wipers)... our headlights and brake lights for instance are not interrupted with this switch (like in a street car). I was reading some old threads that talked about having a second "battery disconnect" which we have (to keep from discharging the battery during storage)... our battery disconnect however isn't touching the charging circuit, so it wouldn't kill the ignition... Can we just put the lightning bolt sticker above our main toggle switch, and will that satisfy the rules? or do we need a more conventional twist type kill switch. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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