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Old 05-01-2013
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Re: Electrical kill switch

Some boaters install a kill switch in order to make boat theft a little harder. If no one knows where to look or what a switch does, they can't start the engine. That's the only logic I've ever heard for a kill switch, usually just on the engine circuits because it was cheap and easy.
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