I haven't actually looked under the dash yet to check everything out, but did you use these same instructions to do it, with no problems?
SFrymyah said:i just took the time to read this......im thinking.....
if you do it, can you still turn the key all the way to get it to start?
yeah, i see that now, makes sense. this will give me something to do when i get the ticket paid off6gofast said:Read the first post, if you cut the pink/white (starter trigger) wire, you can only use the button, if you just strip the wire and tie into it, you can still use the key.
For you guys wanting to use a toggle switch instead (nascar look) of a button, goto radio shack and get a momentary toggle, just make sure to mount it in a place that won't be hit while your going down the road. Better yet, get a gaurded momentary toggle, that way you don't have to worry about it.
sorry man, cant help there - especially if the wires are different. the best way is to check your Hayes manual - wiring diagrams are in there and help me out A LOT!6gofast said:would someone please post a diagram or at least the voltages/amperages of the 3 wires involved. If I were to do this, I'd do a custome one so I could use a momentary toggle mounted by the shifter.
SFrymyah said:sorry man, cant help there - especially if the wires are different. the best way is to check your Hayes manual - wiring diagrams are in there and help me out A LOT!