RE: [DML] Re: Wings a Loft - Advice on fitting
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RE: [DML] Re: Wings a Loft - Advice on fitting

One tip I have while installing the kit would be to remove the passenger 
seat. You will spend a lot of time in the electrical compartment wiring it 
all up. Being able to sit down and face the compartment will really save 
your back!

As for the cutoff switch, that shouldn't be too difficult. The kit will 
require power for the actuators, remote receiver and other alarm bits. Just 
run a fused connection from the battery to these points instead of where 
the directions say. You will also need to rewire the lock module and 
solenoid/actuators directly to the fused battery connection. Otherwise you 
won't be able to lock/unlock the car remotely.

Good luck. They are one of the best upgrades out there, so you will 
definitely enjoy it!

VIN 4099

At 12:38 AM 4/14/2006 +0100, you wrote:
>One other thing Im just thinking is that I currently have a kill switch on
>the car that I use when away for any length of time and overnight.
>How difficult would it be to wire the system up so that it bypasses the kill
>switch or will this require considerable re-wiring because Im integrating
>the system into the existing Delorean electrics.

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