How to Install a Battery Kill Switch

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Learn how to install a battery cut-off switch that kills the engine and all electrical power to-and-from the battery. I also show you how to crimp battery cables using a hand crimper, hammer crimper, and hydraulic crimper, so you will learn each method and how to get perfect crimps.

Jig Saw:
Impact Wrench:
Angle Grinder:
Heat Gun:

Kill Switch:
Small Wire Crimper:
Hammer Crimper:
Hand Crimper (and cable cutter):
Hydraulic Crimper:
Terminal End Kit:
2 Gauge (7mm) Wire:
Hole Mount Zip Ties:
Zip Tie Mounts:

How to Install a Kill Switch:
Parasitic Draw Test:

0:00 Intro
1:32 Tools and Products
5:40 Wiring Diagram
6:19 How a Kill Switch Works
11:20 How to Crimp Battery Cables
19:50 Easy Way to Add Split Wire Loom Tubing
20:29 Installing the Battery Cables
24:10 Organizing the Wiring
26:12 ECU Cut Off Wiring
31:54 Kill Switch Panel Fabrication
37:47 Panel Installation
39:20 Testing the Kill Switch

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