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Old 07-31-2002, 05:03 PM   #21
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Oops sorry! I mean snip one wire, not both. There are 2 wires, one hooking up to each side of the fuse. Or maybe there is only one wire...damn I can't remember! But anyway, you find a wire going to that fuse and snip it, breaking the circuit. Then you wire an inline switch in between the two ends, so you can open or close the circuit whenever you like (and therefore, prevent the brakes from coming on with the switch "OFF")
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sorry ran out of ideas and i hit send 2 times
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If you are going to to this, make sure you get a switch that can handle at least the same number of amps that the fuse is. Obviously, if the fuse is a 15 or 20 amp, dont get a 5 amp toggle switch, you'll burn it up. You can go higher than the fuse of course with the switch, because the fuse will still be there to protect things. Sounds like a good mod!! Might do it myself this weekend! Would come in real good on the highway when you dont want ppl to know your on the brakes (ie: cop). Just dont forget to turn it back on
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