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Instructiuons not the same for all wiring harnesses.I am installing a 2-wire Pro Armour kill switch it is designed to have one wire grounded to frame and 2nd wire spliced into the wire between to stator wire and the ignition coil. The TLR has 2 ignition coils and 3 stator wires???After 3 years of very hard work huge $$ we are almost done prepping our 4x Landspeed record setting TLR to run this fall for our 5th & 6th records..Cant afford any mistakes.The HELP YOU GUYS PROVIDE HAS BEEN A HUGE HELP. thank you all !!!
 

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..... am installing a 2-wire Pro Armour kill switch it is designed to have one wire grounded to frame and 2nd wire spliced into the wire between to stator wire and the ignition coil. ?..
It sounds like your switch is intended for old school, non-fuel injected systems.

The OEM kill switch opens the ignition circuit, which cuts power to the ECM, ignition coils, fuel pump, and injectors. Is this not sufficient for your application?
 
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