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1997-2002 Ford Expedition/Navigator Secure Idle Installation Instructions

July 28th, 2009 · No Comments

“SECURE IDLE” is an ignition switch bypass device designed to provide all the electrical functions that the OEM ignition switch normally provides. For proper operation and long term performance, do not deviate from the wire connection instruction. For each wire connection, remove approximately one half inch of insulation from the OEM wire, but DO NOT cut the wire into. Cutting the wires causes high resistance and a possible failure point. Strip app. one half inch of insulation from the end of the “SECURE IDLE” wires to be attached to the OEM wires. Wrap the “SECURE IDLE” wire around the bare area of the OEM wire and solder the connection. Tape the connection thoroughly after it cools.

DO NOT use “Scotch Lock” type pinch thru connectors. These connectors cannot handle the higher amperages of the ignition circuits, and will void the “SECURE IDLE” warranty. Use the attached wiring diagram to locate the correct wire and pin location.

INSTALLATION
1. Remove the lower dash panel under the steering column to access the OEM ignition switch which is mounted on the steering column. Mount the “SECURE IDLE” unit near the ignition switch.
2. Locate a good metal ground and connect the BLACK “SECURE IDLE” wire using the ring connector provided.
3. Locate the OEM ignition switch and wiring. Remove the insulation from the Gray/Yellow wire, Pin A4, Circuit 687, and attach the RED 14 Ga. “SECURE IDLE” wire according to the above instructions. This OEM wire will be hot in RUN ONLY.
4. Locate the DK.BLUE/LT.GREEN wire, Pin I 1, Circuit 964. Attach the WHITE 14 Ga. “SECURE IDLE” wire according to the instructions.

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