Re: Push Button Start
My setup is run with hidden switches that power the fan, fuel pump, and ignition system (not the starter). I also have a push button starter, that requires the key to be turned on in order for it to work. It was a relatively simple setup. Both the key and switches need to be in the on position for those systems to work. My switches are switched on to ground, no power through that system. Everything is run through a new relay box we installed in the engine compartment. The ignition key excites the fuse block in the relay box, which then gives power to all the relays. As I said, my switch system is wired to the ground. I also ran the starter, and headlights through the same relay system. Turned out beautifully and everything works much more reliably than before. My headlights doubled in brightness lol.
Hope that helps.
~These are just some of the drawbacks we...as guys who like to go mach 10 with our hair on fire and these little motors screaming at rpms that make other guys cry...have to deal with.~