Q: I would like help wiring an electric exhaust cutout up to my fuse box with a 3 pin rocker switch.

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I am looking to install an exhaust cutout on my car. I do not want to use a kit because most of them involve the cigarette lighter being the power source. I would prefer to use my fuse box or battery as the power source. Most kits also involve having a remote control for the actuator. I would rather use a rocker switch for this. Thanks!
My car has a manual transmission.

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