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I'm trying to install my new Viper 2500 on my 2009 Grizzly 550. I saw some pictures on here where they tapped into a ...
I'm trying to install my new Viper 2500 on my 2009 Grizzly 550. I saw some pictures on here where they tapped into a wire going into a small white connector. I took the white connector apart and put my red volt meter pin into both pins inside the connector and never got anything on my meter.
I'll try to paste a picture of the connector I tried tapping into. Maybe I'm not using my volt meter correctly.
Thanks for any help.
I just wired mine into the cigt aux wire which is hot when the switch is on so i wouldn't mesh up anything if i blew a fuse it wouldn't affect the switch circuit.
thats where both of my grizzlys are hooked to, only thing i changed is where on the wire, they taped into it right at the cig. gives u a prob when u take off the plactics its hooked to them i moved it on the 660 to the other side of the connector have not had any problems with the fuse yet
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Funny - I just went through the same thing today. I bought an inexpensive tester at Pep Boys - poked the white wire with black stripe... with ignition off - no power. With ignition on, power. You got the right wire...
I mounted by contactor left of the battery since I don't have power steering. Tomorrow I'll make short cables to run from the battery to the contactor. And may shorten other cables since all is mounted up close.
I positioned the plugin for the wired remote on the right side of the hull, to the left of the ignition switch.