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I just bought a new 04 2500hd and absolutley love it, this is the first diesel I've owned and would like to keep it that way, I know on a gas vehicle a kill switch can be used to kill the ignition system, but on a diesel I'm not sure how one would go about installing a kill switch, any help or advice would be appriciated.


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If the ECM does not tell the Bosch Fuel pump ro run then no start.


I like the starter kill better, then it won't even turn over.


ANY STEREO GURU"S HERE ??



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The fuel pump kill is a way better Idea. Think about the poor truck thief carnking the engine praying it starts as I come running out with my M-16 set to rock n roll.

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He sits there in silence trying to figure out why it wont turn over. Then gets pissed and takes a knife to your seats and dash and paint. Then he walks away.


1 way you hear him one way you dont.
 

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problemchild said:
The fuel pump kill is a way better Idea. QUOTE]





Pretty sure the fuel pump (ie injector pump on a dmax) is driven off the motor on a dmax, NOT electrically so you can not switch it, you could switch the injector ECU, but i would not touch that unit. If your worried just starter relay the thing
 
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