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Unread 06-08-2010, 01:17 PM   #16
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ahh, I gotcha, Yea I chould just splice in an interrupt switch to that blue wire then? I've got a 2006, wonder if my wiring is the same?

The ADE thread and diagrams addresses all years

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Unread 06-08-2010, 01:20 PM   #17
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The ADE thread and diagrams addresses all years
Indeed. Post #62 on the ADE thread will guide you to the wire you're looking for in your '06.

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Unread 06-08-2010, 01:27 PM   #18
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wonderful, thanks! I think I'll attempt this tonight, or at least find the wire tonight!

When yall cut that wire, where do yall usually do it? Do you do it right there at the engine bay and tape it up good so it's not obvious? or is there somewhere farther down a bit more hidden that yall cut the wire? I'm not expecting someone to pop the hood and look at the wiring to see why it's not starting, but if I'm gonna take the time to cut into the wire and run some wire to a switch, I might as well do it as inconspicuously as I can, eh?
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Unread 06-08-2010, 02:45 PM   #19
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You are over thinking this. Take a look at it yourself. The wires are already bundled and wrapped up. Cut wrap, cut the wire and attach the new wires and tape it back up. No one find it easy at all.
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Unread 06-08-2010, 03:20 PM   #20
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Yes, I'm probably overthinking it, thanks for your reply again Electrical stuff always seems a mystery to me, this seems easy enough to do though, just one wire to cut and two wires to run to the switch, I think I can handle that!
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Unread 06-08-2010, 05:04 PM   #21
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So can I just cut the pink/white wire in the c103 connector and add a on/off switch and call it a day. BTW I have a 06 LJ. Thanks.
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Unread 06-08-2010, 07:26 PM   #22
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I'm wiring in an ADE kill switch now. I'm running the wiring and relay to make it look as stock as possible, and hiding the relay in the dash. I have the magnetic reed, the valet and an additional kill switch all wired up so far... I think I hid the additional kill switch so well, I'll forget about it.

And popeye is correct. C103 is the connector in the middle of the firewall, above the engine, closer to the driver's side.... pink with white. Unravel the tape, wire in a switch and rewrap the tape to look like factory.

I read on an Audi forum about someone who went the distance and their kill switch defeat involved 4 other systems to deactivate (A/C, lights, mirror switch and the lit cup holder)... I've thought of that...but having to do that every time seems like a huge pain. I'm keeping my magnet near the switch so I don't have to move it, but I can hide the magnet to activate.
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Thanks, I guess I have something to do this weekend.
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I'm wiring in an ADE kill switch now. I'm running the wiring and relay to make it look as stock as possible, and hiding the relay in the dash. I have the magnetic reed, the valet and an additional kill switch all wired up so far... I think I hid the additional kill switch so well, I'll forget about it.

And popeye is correct. C103 is the connector in the middle of the firewall, above the engine, closer to the driver's side.... pink with white. Unravel the tape, wire in a switch and rewrap the tape to look like factory.

I read on an Audi forum about someone who went the distance and their kill switch defeat involved 4 other systems to deactivate (A/C, lights, mirror switch and the lit cup holder)... I've thought of that...but having to do that every time seems like a huge pain. I'm keeping my magnet near the switch so I don't have to move it, but I can hide the magnet to activate.
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