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#1 Old 03-10-2006, 11:17 PM
 
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Push button starter install

hey, what's up guys? My buddy wants to install a push button starter but we're not sure how. Can anybody give me some instructions? All I know is that u need to splice into the ignition and starter wires but other than that I'm not sure.
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y, does regular starting process not work?
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y, does regular starting process not work?
it works but he wants it for some reason. It seems sort of neat but I'm sure he'll get sick of it eventually.
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dont the kits come with wiring and instructions?
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dont the kits come with wiring and instructions?
yeah but it doesn't tell u which wire is the ignition wire and which wire is the starter wire but I just got the info from my.is so I'm good. But I noticed that some people use relays. Do u guys think I should use one?
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www.zeroyon.com dl the tech manuals and look for the electrical system schematics, should tell you wire color, although it would be easier if someone else here knew them off hand.
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these wires are found in the steering column near the key. thick, probably 12 or 14 gauge and definetly hard to solder/get to.

12v White/Red
On Black/White
Acc Blue

these are just the colors im not sure how the push button works, probably closes circuit between on and 12v but im unsure, instructions should tell you that

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these wires are found in the steering column near the key. thick, probably 12 or 14 gauge and definetly hard to solder/get to.

12v White/Red
On Black/White
Acc Blue

these are just the colors im not sure how the push button works, probably closes circuit between on and 12v but im unsure, instructions should tell you that
I think it was black/red and black/white. We just finished and it turned out pretty good. I wired it up and used electrical tape but I'm gonna tell my friend to do it right (my install is just temporary). And yeah, it seems a little difficult to solder but it can be done.
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Don't you still have to put the key in anyway and turn it to the on possition?

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Don't you still have to put the key in anyway and turn it to the on possition?
yeah, but you get this awesome feeling when pushing the button. U wouldn't understand till u got to press it.
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you can get the s2k buttons for like 30, or get a normal one. those colors were for s14 maybe its different. twisting wires and elec tape is ghetto, atleast crimp if you cant solder there.

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Just solder.. its easy and cheap..


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why didnt he just get a remote start also? Like the ones that come with car alarms.


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you can get the s2k buttons for like 30, or get a normal one. those colors were for s14 maybe its different. twisting wires and elec tape is ghetto, atleast crimp if you cant solder there.
well, I was doing it for somebody and he didn't buy what i needed so I agreed to wire it up "temporarily" and I didn't really feel like taking the time to solder it. I bascially wired it up b/c he didn't know how but I'm sure he can handle soldering.
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look at the install instructions for the pivot starter switch on pivotusa.com
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