OK guys, I started futzing with the kill switch today and might be a little confused on the wiring.
I took a zip wheel and cut the two large cables at the terminal block, against the fire wall…I learned within minutes that move may have made this job a little more difficult than needed. :laugh:
I should’ve just cut the large lead, the main battery cable on the left side of the block and left the block intact?
Anyway, it’s a done deal, the entire terminal block has been removed and I have the kill switch bracket mounted pretty much in it’s place.
My quandry is now that I have all the wires cut, I know that the large battery cable and the 4ga. cable from the starter will go to opposite main terminals on the kill switch. The two 10gauge wires that were “married” at the terminal block, the one ran in conjunction with the main battery cable will go on the left terminal for “2”…
OK, out of all the cables on the right (looking at the firewall, as you’re working in that area) the red ones, 3 or 4 of them I think…which ones need to be isolated from the main terminals if any? On the two black cables that were terminated at the terminal block, do either one of those need to be on the other side of the “2” terminal? …opposite the smaller of the two cables from the battery?
Have I confused anyone yet?? …I think I confused myself. :blink:
I guess to summarize my question, it’s easy to figure out what to do with the two cables on the left once you cut them, but there are about 6-8 of them on the right, which ones can I terminate to the main lug on the kill switch, along with the cable from the starter, and which one(s) need to go on the other side of terminal “2” on the kill switch?
Thanks for your help, I’ll be finishing this up after I get the motor back in and ready to start up again.