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Old 01-16-2017, 02:02 PM
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Anti Theft Wiring Question Solenoid + Fuel Pump

I want to hook up an anti theft system in my jeep. Idea is to run cut off switch to starter solenoid and another cut off switch to the fuel pump. I drive a 5 spd and obviously someone with the right aptitude can circumvent my solenoid job if they know what they are doing. Which is why I want to run fuel pump shutoff as well

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Starter Solenoid:
*Running wire from battery to toggle switch to starter solenoid
*Do I need to put a fuse in between the battery and the toggle switch for this?


Fuel Pump:
*Which line do I tap into for the fuel pump. Wanted to intercept the power line running from the battery. Having trouble pulling the diagram for this
*Also, is there a fuse in this I should add somewhere between the toggle and battery perhaps

Thanks

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Here is how to do it all yourself A "Loud" Twist On The Kill Switch Mod - JeepForum.com I think it is way overkill. Just follow the diagram for the asd wire fir your year, cut the wire and install a switch in a place of your choice. That's what i did. It used to be in the hidden but i moved it to hidden in plain sight

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I have this on my truck, Cyclops Anti-Theft Systems
I need to order it for the Jeep as well. Simple install and no wire cutting or toggle switch hiding.
The website doesn't say much, but they will send a relay & 2 remotes. Not sure which relay is used on our Jeeps. Could be fuel pump or starter relay I'm not sure. On some diesel pickups it replaces the Injector driver module relay and it stops the injectors from firing.

I'm happy with mine.
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I have this on my truck, Cyclops Anti-Theft Systems
I need to order it for the Jeep as well. Simple install and no wire cutting or toggle switch hiding.
The website doesn't say much, but they will send a relay & 2 remotes. Not sure which relay is used on our Jeeps. Could be fuel pump or starter relay I'm not sure. On some diesel pickups it replaces the Injector driver module relay and it stops the injectors from firing.

I'm happy with mine.
That is an incredibly simple system. Kudos to them! I may just have to order one.
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That is an incredibly simple system. Kudos to them!
For someone who is willing to do some simple wiring, remote control switches are readily available for under $20. Not quite as slick, but a whole lot less expensive.
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Oh of course! Tap into switch wire for relay and away you go. But for quick plug and play for someone who hasn't done wiring that price is quite good.
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That is an incredibly simple system. Kudos to them! I may just have to order one.
I've had my Cyclops on my truck for over a year and it works great. Incredibly simple & if it ever fails you could always pop the original relay in its place within minutes & be on your way.
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I like this

http://www.rx7club.com/1st-generatio...switch-252949/


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I want to hook up an anti theft system in my jeep. Idea is to run cut off switch to starter solenoid and another cut off switch to the fuel pump. I drive a 5 spd and obviously someone with the right aptitude can circumvent my solenoid job if they know what they are doing. Which is why I want to run fuel pump shutoff as well

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Starter Solenoid:
*Running wire from battery to toggle switch to starter solenoid
*Do I need to put a fuse in between the battery and the toggle switch for this?


Fuel Pump:
*Which line do I tap into for the fuel pump. Wanted to intercept the power line running from the battery. Having trouble pulling the diagram for this
*Also, is there a fuse in this I should add somewhere between the toggle and battery perhaps

Thanks
If you are splitting circuits by adding switches I would not add any fuses. Fuel pump already is, not sure about the starter.

To make it harder for someone to bypass your mods, don't cut the wires close to the device, find some place in the middle. Also try and run the wires to the switches in the existing loom or cover with new loom, then dirty it up. The idea is to make it look like existing wiring rather than added.
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I think multiple anti-theft switches are the way to go. One option you could add, if you're driving a standard, is to add a switch into the circuit for the clutch safety switch. Nice thing about this option is, if it's stolen with the engine already running for some reason, the thief will have difficulty restarting the vehicle.

Don't stop there:
Add an obnoxious alarm with its own battery, to prevent disablement from disconnecting the vehicle's battery. Then add locking hood latches and put JB weld over the mounting screws underneath the fender to prevent easy removal. This will make the thief work harder to disable the alarm.

If you have a locking console, consider placing one of your multiple kill switches in the locked console instead of just trying to hide or disguise all of them.
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Another option is to use a key locked switch, one that lets you remove the key in either position. I've used one from an old PC.
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I use the inexpensive and easy to install ORO kill switch. It kills multiple functions and I believe is designed specifically for TJs.

Here is my write up....good luck!!

https://www.wranglerforum.com/f282/in...h-1708802.html

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