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TStrespasser
post Nov 29 2019, 07:46 AM, updated 7d ago

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Hi all. Want to know which shops around Klang Valley got provide kill switch installation to fuel pump?

So far the shops I asked is either didnt have such services, overpriced (some charging RM150 and above even if I provide the materials) and not willing to invest the manpower to do it because too much hassle and earn little.

And yes I lazy to DIY. Appreciate all the input.
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post Nov 29 2019, 08:25 AM

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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 07:46 AM)
Hi all. Want to know which shops around Klang Valley got provide kill switch installation to fuel pump?

So far the shops I asked is either didnt have such services, overpriced (some charging RM150 and above even if I provide the materials) and not willing to invest the manpower to do it because too much hassle and earn little.

And yes I lazy to DIY. Appreciate all the input.
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Damm. RM150 you also said expensive. If I were foreman also will not do for you. Want custom job but not willing to pay customise price.
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post Nov 29 2019, 08:31 AM

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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 07:46 AM)
Hi all. Want to know which shops around Klang Valley got provide kill switch installation to fuel pump?

So far the shops I asked is either didnt have such services, overpriced (some charging RM150 and above even if I provide the materials) and not willing to invest the manpower to do it because too much hassle and earn little.

And yes I lazy to DIY. Appreciate all the input.
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same gang hehehe


Btw why need kill switch for car?

This post has been edited by WaCKy-Angel: Nov 29 2019, 08:34 AM
TStrespasser
post Nov 29 2019, 09:03 AM

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QUOTE(WaCKy-Angel @ Nov 29 2019, 08:31 AM)
same gang hehehe
Btw why need kill switch for car?
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Theft deterrent.

QUOTE(babylonmonster48 @ Nov 29 2019, 08:25 AM)
Damm. RM150 you also said expensive. If I were foreman also will not do for you. Want custom job but not willing to pay customise price.
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Its ok. You don't have to do it for me then, if you are the said foreman that is.
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post Nov 29 2019, 09:05 AM

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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 07:46 AM)
Hi all. Want to know which shops around Klang Valley got provide kill switch installation to fuel pump?

So far the shops I asked is either didnt have such services, overpriced (some charging RM150 and above even if I provide the materials) and not willing to invest the manpower to do it because too much hassle and earn little.

And yes I lazy to DIY. Appreciate all the input.
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Seem overpriced for sure, but depends how you want it.
Even with materials provided.
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post Nov 29 2019, 09:21 AM

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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 09:03 AM)
Theft deterrent.
Its ok. You don't have to do it for me then, if you are the said foreman that is.
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What if they use tow truck?
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post Nov 29 2019, 10:35 AM

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just buy a switch, look for your ecu diagram, cut the fuel wire and connect it to the switch. hide the switch somewhere hidden.

budget rm5.
TStrespasser
post Nov 29 2019, 11:05 AM

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QUOTE(bo093 @ Nov 29 2019, 09:05 AM)
Seem overpriced for sure, but depends how you want it.
Even with materials provided.
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Basically an additional normally open (NO) switch connecting between ignition switch and fuel pump. Nothing fancy.

QUOTE(WaCKy-Angel @ Nov 29 2019, 09:21 AM)
What if they use tow truck?
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Whenever possible try not to park at places that's susceptible to towing. If that's happen, well, God's Will. At least I did what I can.

QUOTE(dodgemk2 @ Nov 29 2019, 10:35 AM)
just buy a switch, look for your ecu diagram, cut the fuel wire and connect it to the switch. hide the switch somewhere hidden.

budget rm5.
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Agree. Just that I'm not familiar with car electrical stuff so prefer to exercise caution. It will be the last option when other avenues are exhausted.
Appreciate your suggestion though. Thanks.
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QUOTE(dodgemk2 @ Nov 29 2019, 10:35 AM)
just buy a switch, look for your ecu diagram, cut the fuel wire and connect it to the switch. hide the switch somewhere hidden.

budget rm5.
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huh?? so its basically a manual ON/OFF switch?

I thought what high tech device can operate from phone app or something, when car stolen can tekan the BOMB button.
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post Nov 29 2019, 11:32 AM

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Lol thats an old tech probably... Havent heard of this since 10 years ago

just get katsanaGPS and you are good to go. They also have a immobilizer option something like a kill switch that stops the car
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post Nov 29 2019, 11:48 AM

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I think RM100 would be reasonable if you can find. Sometimes something might be simple but it take experience and years to learn. So please do not under estimated skills. Just like how you are willing to pay for expensive food. It's just using same material and cook only. When you pay so much when next door hawker stall charge cheaper with same material. Or course you can DIY also but you didn't and don't want to.
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post Nov 29 2019, 01:32 PM

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Good idea if you have a civic since like everyday got theft case

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post Nov 29 2019, 01:43 PM

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Open your fuse box. Unplug the fuse that says fuel pump.

That's free advice. Now be grateful and say thank you
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post Nov 29 2019, 01:46 PM

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The first time I DIY my car kill switch, I also not familiar with my car wiring especially at the ecu there, so what I did is find out which socket at the engine bay was the socket for the crank sensor, tested by disconnecting it with the engine running and if the engine turned off, it's the correct socket. Pulled a wire all the way from the engine bay to the interior of the car and installed my switch. I used a household light switch lagi laugh.gif
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post Nov 29 2019, 02:37 PM

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QUOTE(Eternalgl0ry @ Nov 29 2019, 11:32 AM)
Lol thats an old tech probably... Havent heard of this since 10 years ago

just get katsanaGPS and you are good to go. They also have a immobilizer option something like a kill switch that stops the car
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Like another forumer said if RM150 custom job I also dont want to pay, what's more for an advanced GPS tracking services? sweat.gif

QUOTE(abubin @ Nov 29 2019, 11:48 AM)
I think RM100 would be reasonable if you can find. Sometimes something might be simple but it take experience and years to learn. So please do not under estimated skills. Just like how you are willing to pay for expensive food. It's just using same material and cook only. When you pay so much when next door hawker stall charge cheaper with same material. Or course you can DIY also but you didn't and don't want to.
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Agree with your analogy. Managed to found one shop able to do it under RM100 earlier afternoon so case closed.

QUOTE(e-lite @ Nov 29 2019, 01:43 PM)
Open your fuse box. Unplug the fuse that says fuel pump.

That's free advice. Now be grateful and say thank you
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Thank you. Merci. Arigatou. Terima kasih. Gracias notworthy.gif notworthy.gif notworthy.gif

QUOTE(Nightstalker1993 @ Nov 29 2019, 01:46 PM)
The first time I DIY my car kill switch, I also not familiar with my car wiring especially at the ecu there, so what I did is find out which socket at the engine bay was the socket for the crank sensor, tested by disconnecting it with the engine running and if the engine turned off, it's the correct socket. Pulled a wire all the way from the engine bay to the interior of the car and installed my switch. I used a household light switch lagi laugh.gif
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DIY stuff is fun and I shared that sentiment. I mostly DIY non electrical stuff but when comes to electrical wiring I prefer let ppl with familiar knowledge to do it. Got past experience dealing with such cases and just pain in the *** dealing with aftermath.
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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 02:37 PM)
Like another forumer said if RM150 custom job I also dont want to pay, what's more for an advanced GPS tracking services?  sweat.gif
Agree with your analogy. Managed to found one shop able to do it under RM100 earlier afternoon so case closed.
Thank you. Merci. Arigatou. Terima kasih. Gracias  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif
DIY stuff is fun and I shared that sentiment. I mostly DIY non electrical stuff but when comes to electrical wiring I prefer let ppl with familiar knowledge to do it. Got past experience dealing with such cases and just pain in the *** dealing with aftermath.
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Ask around more accessory shop or even certain general car workshop with a decently qualified electrician should be able to help you do it.
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post Nov 29 2019, 04:53 PM

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As long as you’re willing to pay for the quotation, it’s all good. Just like some willing to pay a few grand for JDM wheels while others pay a few hundreds for so called Thailand made fakes.
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QUOTE(trespasser @ Nov 29 2019, 02:37 PM)
DIY stuff is fun and I shared that sentiment. I mostly DIY non electrical stuff but when comes to electrical wiring I prefer let ppl with familiar knowledge to do it. Got past experience dealing with such cases and just pain in the *** dealing with aftermath.
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I agree. As DIYer, we cannot learn everything. We will end up buying too many tools. It is a waste of money if you only do it once or twice.
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post Nov 29 2019, 09:14 PM

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no need any switch. after parking just remove the power supply plug from your fuel pump
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post Nov 30 2019, 04:29 PM

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Dont do it on fuel pump but starter motor. Imagine if it shorts accidentally when you are speeding at 130....safety first.

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