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Old 09-05-2004, 07:40 PM   #1
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I am trying to run a kill switch off of the coil pack in my car. does anyone know which wire i am supposed to use to do this? i dont have a tester and i cant find anything on the internet as far as a diagram of any kind
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The white wire marked A in the ICM connector should kill it, that'* the spark timing output from the ECM.

I would think Fuse 10 (20A) would be a better choice, that would kill spark and fuel.
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