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The previous owner of my D90 installed a kill switch. This seemed like a good idea until the switch blew while my wife was driving it a long way from home. I replaced the switch, but would like to eliminate it. Any guidance or thoughts on this would be very helpful.

Here are the details: When you flip the switch "on", the switch lights up. This makes me think it might be more difficult to get rid of.

The switch has a positive, a negative, and a ground wire attached.

My concern is that anything I will do will kill the battery while it is sitting. Let me know what other info I need to provide.

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Are you sure the switch is not just power in, circuit out and ground.
If you remove the ground wire does everything still work except the little light
in the switch?
If so then just wire the positive to the circuit out direct and hay presto all is good and it is bypassed. :clap:
The only thing thing that I would be worried about is what circuit has the previous owner wired the kill switch to.
Adam
 
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