How to Rewire Power Through Ignition Switch in Your Car

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Electrical troubleshooting. How to rewire power through the ignition switch in your car, DIY with Scotty Kilmer. How to rewire a car. How to rewire electrical power in your car to devices that have lost power, electrical tricks and tips. Using the ignition switch power wire and a toggle switch, many expensive devices can be rewired to bypass insanely expensive computer driven systems. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 43 years.

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1. Toggle Switch:
2. Screwdriver set:
3. Circuit Tester:
4. Quick Splice:
5. Pliers Set:
6. Wire:
7. In Line Fuse:
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  2. HI SCOTT, WOULD A FAULTY IGNITION SWITCH MAKE A CAR RUN LESS SMOOTH? OR DOES IT JUST COMPLETE A CIRCUIT TO THE STARTER ONLY TO START THE STARTER MOTOR? THE REASON I ASK IS I JUST REPLACED MY IGNITION SWITCH IN MY 2002 HONDA CIVIC, STARTS UP FINE NO MORE BUZZING NOISE, BUT I THINK I'M NOTICING VERY SLIGHT ROUGHNESS, BUT I THINK I NOTICED IT RUNNING A LITTLE ROUGH BEFORE I REPLACED SWITCH. COULD A NEW IGNITION SWITCH AFFECT THE FIRING OF THE ENGINE?

  3. Top man Scotty, so good to see you wont be beaten by any tech issue that car manufacturers implant into their computer system that either costs loads of money and hassle to fix or evenend up scrapping the car. Great Work!!

  4. Use universal thermostat for car ac compressor instead of connecting it directly so that you can control the temperature and for the compressor to turn off when the evaporator starting to freeze.

  5. My 2001 Corolla loses power if I turn on the blinker, and dies if I turn on the lights (which do not light up). I've replaced all my fuses, the battery is fine, the alternator is fine. Everything else works. Why would my blinker and lights affect engine power?

  6. If I'm not mistaken and if I remember correctly, there is a much newer video similar to this where Scotty says that those squeeze connectors have no place on a vehicle. Maybe he evolved his technique.

  7. Have you already gone over how to bypass an ignition? My vw jetta key wont turn far enough to crank. And yes I have tried EVERYTHING its stuck. I just want to route the battery to the starter so I can drive it to the mechanics. Is this possible?

  8. Me trying to watch vid quietly while wife is sleeping and I forgot phone volume was all the way up

  9. Ay scotty im trying to run my kenwood radio in my car because i cam watch movies but movies last about 2 hours how can i run power without drainning my battery or 2 hours or more i heard about capacitors and running 2 batterys but i believe the same thing will still happen if my radio is on for 2 hours

  10. Scotty help! How would a guy bypass the ignition switch on a 2000 caravan? Toggle switch for the on position and a push switch for the starter.

  11. How do I know which wire to use on my ac condenser fan? It has a three wire system and unsure which wire to use with the black wire coming from the toggle switch?

  12. Hey what all do u have to change when u change the keyswitch in a 98 explorer and is a mustangs parts the same

  13. I have no power in sockets and radio. I already checked fuses and power outlet relay on my 03 tacoma. Could ot be the computer? I may have a short as a last resort

  14. I would not recommend any part of this guide. The lack of power going to the device may be a warning of something else not working or the rest of the computer about to fail. It isn't something to ignore. The toggle switch appears to be a 10A unit that may not be up to the task of delivering enough current to the accessory in question(A/C). The quick splice connectors are the bane of any electrician, as they are the source of poor connections that are a focal point of heat and corrosion. I would rather do the splice the hard way with flux, solder and shrinkwrap rather than using residential electrical connectors or a ton of electrical tape.

  15. The "lil twisters" are for house hold wiring only not for automotive use and you can burn your car to the ground taping in to the ignition switch like that none of this is a good idea

  16. Hello Scotty,, love and respect your work and advice and have spent hours watching them, being a petrol head and amateur mechanic myself. Unfortunately, I think this video is the most questionable one I have seen though. I like the idea of showing people how to wire things via the ignition switch, but with this particular example, your method is bypassing the safety switches (low and high pressure) on the system. Therefore if the TEV gets blocked, the AC system pipework or something could blow up or if the system runs low on gas due to a leak, as frequently happens, the compressor will likely lunch itself and blow up because these vital safety systems have now been bypassed and made totally redundant. Not trying to have a go, just think that on this video, this should have been mentioned as a caveat for others so they understand what they are doing in getting the AC system to run in this way. Matt.

  17. dear scotty i have a q for ya i have a jeep that i lost the key too after replacing the ignition with a aftermarket one it starts for 2 min revs then dies i later found the key that came with it is there a way to bypass the pc if i wire a toggle switch to the solinoid?

  18. Ahhh nooo scottttyy. I never thought id see you use those twist on connectors lol. I hate em. They look trashy on a vehicle in my opinion. I always use crimped shrink wrap connectors. But that's just my opinion

  19. This is a great way to start a car fire. I would suggest to search ebay for used parts and fix it right . Also check fuses and relays before you start replacing expensive components. Do not use home twisty connectors in your car. Cars have lot more vibration and twisty connectors are not rated for car use. As a rule of thumb if an oem does not use it, you should stay away from it. Why reinvent the wheel when auto industry has 100+ year of experience?

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