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    Kill Switch

    SO for this car I'm a total noob. I just got my kill switch for my first 1/5 scale. Unfortunately for me it didn't come with any instructions.... Can someone explain how to mount it (what goes where) I know the receiver lead goes to 3rd channel or aux. Also anybody near the London area willing to help get it going and running correctly for the first time. I was assured it should fire up and go but...... Being a noob at this it's always better to be able to rely on others knowledge.
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    I think you are right that it goes on the aux channel. I would think that you would use a programmed switch to turn it on and off. From the connections that there I would think that you join it at the coil.

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    So moving away from the board the first set of clips the wires come to get attached to the button. Then the clups at the end of the wires go on the coil?

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    Most coils looks something like this. Its usually connected to a switch and to ground. You need to put the one of the wires that have a clear cover on to that tab then the switch.

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    Video here, thanks for the help tho.
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    Looks like it will hook up the same way as the video just no grey wire in your system.

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    Yeah, good thing I found it. Newer would have figured that out .
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