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Just a quick sketch of what you will be doing. Its very simple. And in the diagram i have labeled the ground coming off the switch. That can be grounded to your frame or to the battery. Your choice there.
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Alright think I got it now thank you.


 

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Would this switch work fine?
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The red/yellow wire is the one I want right? Couldn't I just pull it out of the fuse box?
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Would this switch work fine?
Yes that would work fine.
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The red/yellow wire is the one I want right? Couldn't I just pull it out of the fuse box?
Yep thats the wire, and if you can get it out of there by all means that would be fine too.
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Can I just use a plier and pull or would I risk ****ing something up? I'll post a diagram later just to make sure I got it right.
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Usually in my experience for something like that you have to use a flat head screwdriver small enough to get into the opening and use that while pulling on the wire back and forth to get it loose. But im not sure if you can do it on that fuse block. I would have to look at mine.
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Hopefully that link works. The examples in this video are not specific to your current need of removing the wire from the fuse box, but i wanted to share it anyways to give you some insight on the different ways wires are "pinned" into connectors to hopefully steer you in the right direction. I havent found any posts of other r6 owners accomplishing what you are attemping to in regards to removing the wire from the fuse box, and i dont have mine to look at right now to assist you in any way. But maybe this video will lend some help.
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Alright so I made up a little picture in paint haha. The only and hopefully the last thing that I wasn't sure about is does it matter to which side i connect the positive(red) and ground(black) cable onto the switch? Like is there there a side thats positive and one thats for ground and how would I know. Hope that makes sense.
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Your picture is wrong. See how on that switch there is one side with 4 pins instead of 3? That side there will be a pin and it should be marked as your ground pin.

As far as which side to connect things on, i will just pick a side and land all your connectiongs on that side. It really doesn't, or shouldn't, matter.
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