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Disconnecting the big + cable at the post under the hood cuts the power to the fuse panel and constant + at the ignition switch.
A lot easier than disconnecting the battery under the passenger seat.




Trackhawk push/start button kill switch

Hello my names Sean new here with an 18 trackhawk. My dumba** removed the ground not the positive off the battery like an idiot. I went and put the red wires back together on the push/start first and put the ground back on the battery. Now seems like I have no Power on the push/start button. My Key fob doesn’t do anything no unlock/lock nothing. Interior Lights come when you open the door. Speedometer says push brake and push start to start but nothing happens. No Acc or run or start. So being that I clipped the red wire while the positive was still connected is there any way this thing went into theft mode or something like that? Any idea what I should I do? I am completely stuck. Anything helps
 

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Check all the fuses would be the first thing, look at them very closely, sometimes they seem fine, but they're not. The fuse I marked below would be the first thing that goes Fuse 51 (10A) it goes directly to the button.

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I am pretty sure this fuse is burnt. Weird it’s not cut in half but definitely looks burnt at the peak. It is a 15amp though. I do not have any so I will be hitting the store in the am. Fingers crossed
 

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Check all the fuses would be the first thing, look at them very closely, sometimes they seem fine, but they're not. The fuse I marked below would be the first thing that goes Fuse 51 (10A) it goes directly to the button.

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It was exactly what you said it was. Fuse 51 is a micro 15amp. Replaced with another and bingo! Key fob and push to start works again. Kill switch to red wire on push/start button wired and working. Thank you !
 
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