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Starter Kill

2010 Truck Starter Kill

Starter Kill

Postby Custom_car_creations [OP] » Mar 24 2010, 2:27am

Hey Guys,

Looking at installing a starter kill in my new truck before it becomes another persons new truck. Cant find the crank power wire at the ignition switch like every other vehicle in the world. Can someone help??

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Re: Starter Kill

Postby Hartski » Aug 12 2010, 11:50am

Don't you have Onstar?
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Re: Starter Kill

Postby AMI CUSTOMS » Aug 16 2010, 5:48am

It is purple at the fuse panel underhood, black 50 pin plug, pin F1 or you can try second starter at the ignition either pink or pink/black depending on model, or second starter is at BCM green plug, same color wire. You gonna put a relay in for kill the starter? If so it can still be hot wired, just so you know. The best thing to do is just pull your fuel pump relay, takes less then a minute and the whole truck won't do ****, when you are ready to go, just pop it back in. Just a thought.
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Re: Starter Kill

Postby thenutter » Oct 18 2010, 6:49pm

Can you make a switch for the fuel pump wire? I know a lot of cars kill this as part of the anti theft system.
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Re: Starter Kill

Postby lynxstrife » Jun 29 2011, 5:16am

where is the fuelpump wiring and does it run near or close or though the cab?
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Re: Starter Kill

Postby Onlyina_Chevy » Jun 29 2011, 10:13am

Hartski wrote:Don't you have Onstar?


Ditto.

Or howsy bout the MyLink app on your phone or whatever that is for 2010 and 2011 GM trucks?
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Re: Starter Kill

Postby rdss » Jun 29 2011, 1:52pm

Onlyina_Chevy, I don't think the app is available for the 2010 models yet or I would be using it. Hopefully they release it or send an update to the vehicles to allow the use of it.
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