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    I got the DCC vintage fire fox change for my kill, starter key and need some help understanding the cabling. The run/stop key has just 2 cables, so simple enough, where I get trapped is the beginner force key. that has 4 cables to it, how do I create those 4 cables fit onto the beginner key of the new switch? can I cable them together as well as which one goes where? I have been serving over a cabling plan, but really need some route before I begin reducing factors up.

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    Your unique begin key is two changes in one. Its a temporary start change for the front lights routine as well as a temporary shut change for the beginner solenoid. If you observe, your front lights goes off for beginning. If you select to avoid that operate, your front lights will remain on while decent

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    You do not discuss the season of your Insurgent. I just seemed and the second creation has a a little bit different shade value. That places a greater strain on your battery energy which will mean a extended period operating to substitute the cost will be required and it could enhance beginning battery energy alternative. That said, here is how your unique begin key in wired. Along with programming used on this illustrating is appropriate, at least for a first creation Insurgent.

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    That plan is a large help. thank you. I have a cabling plan so I will determine the shades. so I am considering that I will put a toggle change for the front lights that will be off/low/hi, then convert it off for beginning. so once I cable the front lights immediate, I can just cable the beginner with the two cables correct? I would generally just remove the blue/white range, it would be red energy, red, and white-colored for off, high, low a 3 place change would work?

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    Yes, you can energy from the red cable from the front lights blend. You still did not discuss the season of your Insurgent, so if its a previous years ago or more recent, the cable will be red with brownish track. The beginner solenoid cable is yellowish with red track on the up. You also need to examine with condition law. Automobile value but many chairs need the front lights to be continuous on with no change to convert it off after a certain season of produce.

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    It is a certain decades ago. I will put it in my trademark right now to learn effectively. i appreciate your help. I got the cabling realized out, but it seems like when the force key is wired, there is not enough juice to begin the motor too much level of resistance in the system? Bad button? It will begin righting when I use just the cables, no key thoughts?

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    It may be the key is ranked for enough amperage or a bad key. Check to create sure your key doesn't floor to the cafes when pushed. Do that with an Ohm gauge with one sensor, probe to the cafes and the other sensor or probe on one of the key cables. Look into the other cable as well, you just have to do it one after the other. If either is grounding when the key is pushed, that's the issue.

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