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1995 Eagle Talon Clutch Bypass - FYI


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Posted: January 02, 2004 at 8:46 PM / IP Logged  

to those who helped me answer this question....the 95 Eagle Talon clutch bypass I asked about turned out to be the "normally closed" style, with indeed a blue and black wire at the switch.  Interrupting the blue wire (per Autosofts recommendation) allowed starting.

as a side note, I've never used so many individual relays in a single install before!  My pal installed doorlock actuators as I did the unit, and wanted starter kill too.  So thats 1 for the s/kill, one to bypass clutch, and a pair for the actuators....sheesh!

thanks to those who offered advice.

b


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