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Old 03-15-2014, 06:54 AM   #1
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Trik l start

Just bought trik l start for my 2006 itasca navion-is it to hook up to solenoid under passenger seat-what if turn seat -looks like May cause problems if turn-any suggestions on instruction

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Old 03-17-2014, 06:10 PM   #2
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Follow the instructions and it will work. Not sure how similar our systems are. In mine, the solenoids are located under the dash. Batteries are in the back. Tow wires to connect and it is done.

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I have a Trik-L Start and had it installed in the battery compartment directly to the battery. Great little device.
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Do you mean the Trick-L-Start's "Box" may interfere with the seat turning?

You may mount it at a slight distance and put a cover over the wires (Threshold wire cover from any home improvement store works well) I do not know how long the leads on it are but you can extend them if you must.
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