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More info www.matthewrichey.com/car/killswitch
Time delay relay video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CnnC-m8zuA

Basically it's a 27 seconds time delay relay, RFID tag system (has 1 LED), project box from Radio Shack, some wire and heat shrink.
if you have any questions let me know.
I used the wire from ignition to starter. I found it by locating the smaller wire off the starter. let me know if you have any other questions
So i dont want to do anything fancy like you, which is yours is very cool by the way, but anyway. I want to do something like this- <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUnUNt_q8T4&amp;list=EL798nZuzI7cE <br>and for my car i found this- (yes its a '98 minivan) <br>http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/alarmdetail/1830.html <br>is it the starter wire that i put the switch into? if you could repy that would be great! <br>
I might be off base here, but were you running the relay to control a switch inline for the starter motor? Starter motors draw some serious amperes, and the wiring you were hooking up did not look like it would handle the roughly 100 A required. I'm kind of surprised you didn't damage any of the components in your RFID switch set up even using it once. There are other &quot;checks&quot; your car has built in that will prevent it from starting that you could exploit in the same manner that draw far more manageable amounts of current.<br>
Many manual transmission cars have a &quot;clutch switch&quot; that requires the clutch be fully depressed to start the vehicle, and in my car, the ignition lock cylinder needs to be in the &quot;unlock&quot; position to start the car, otherwise, you'd just crank and crank until the battery went dead, because it disables the fuel system <br>
I was using the wire from ignition to starter which is the video preview wire.

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