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[March 18, 2009]


While I was working on all of the switches on the left side of the panel, I decided it was a good time to wire up the starter switch. The starter switch has solder joints. I soldered on two 22 AWG wires.


I shrinked wrapped everything and then crimped the pins to an AMP MATE-N-LOK connector (from Stein). I did this so the switch could be removable.


Here is the starter wired in to the rest of the system. After it was done, I made sure the starter wire was disconnected from the starter, switched on the master and hit the starter button. Sure enough, the starter solenoid clunked. Just for fun, I put a multimeter on the end of the wire that goes to the starter. Sure enough, 12 volts!


The fuse on the Main Bus (left) is the 5 amp fuse for the starter switch.


I also wired up the auxiliary battery connection for the second EFIS (right one...it's just a Multifunction Display(MFD) -- no AHRS). Great night!

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