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Bel Air kiwi 
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Bel Air kiwi
Loc: New Zealand
Reg: 04-24-14
01-01-18 06:13 AM - Post#2719622    
    In response to 50sChevys

Hi 50, Good Idea, I have one between the front bucket seats of my Tudor. Its just a plastic key race type and I think its just mechanical and isn't any kind of relay or solenoid.
It's an easy fit in this as the battery is under the passenger seat and its right beside it.

I don't use it very often as I have the electric water pump which runs for 2 minutes after shut down at the key. Plus if you flick it off with the engine running you can destroy the alternator controls. But when battery charging or for security its a gem.

Cheers kiwi
48 3100 RHD, 51 Deluxe 4DR RHD, 51 Bel Air parts car, 52 Bel Air P-Glide LHD. Others 23T, 32 Tudor, 58 Edsel pacer 4DR HDT, 79 F250 351C RHD. 69,70,82 Capri. No mobile, no TV, and no Jap cars.

And when it was laid to waste, they called it peace.


Edited by Bel Air kiwi on 01-01-18 06:14 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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