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Yep it came with a light, you can see the red light come on next to the headlight switch but in bright sun it's hard to see. Now I have to hook up the E-Brake I was waiting until I got the buzzer hooked up.
 

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Yep it came with a light, you can see the red light come on next to the headlight switch but in bright sun it's hard to see. Now I have to hook up the E-Brake I was waiting until I got the buzzer hooked up.
Should work great,did you get your brakes fixed.
 

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Thats a great idea I added an E brake Alarm a couple years ago and replaced the red light with a high output yellow led.
 

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Thats a great idea I added an E brake Alarm a couple years ago and replaced the red light with a high output yellow led.
All our local NAPA had in stock today was a red light not any brighter than what I already had.
 

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That is a good idea. I might add a buzzer to my line lock warning light. Just curious, where did you place and how did you mount your buzzer?
 

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That is a good idea. I might add a buzzer to my line lock warning light. Just curious, where did you place and how did you mount your buzzer?
I just screwed it to the firewall behind the e brake release, on mine there's a plug that goes to the e brake switch and indicator light I tapped that wire and ran a ground to the buzzer.
 

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That is a good idea. I might add a buzzer to my line lock warning light. Just curious, where did you place and how did you mount your buzzer?
Shane,I not trying to tell you what to do,but I don't think you would need the alarm,because with the line lock your's wont move until you release it.:)
 

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If my wife would have pushed the pedal down good my wouldn't have moved either my brake held pretty good. She probably would have gave it more gas and smoked the clutch instead. Or worse if brake holds and the clutch doesn't slip what kind of pressure does that put on the bevel gears?
 

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If my wife would have pushed the pedal down good my wouldn't have moved either my brake held pretty good. She probably would have gave it more gas and smoked the clutch instead. Or worse if brake holds and the clutch doesn't slip what kind of pressure does that put on the bevel gears?
I seen on here somewhere a while back,where a members son took the prowler out with the e-brake on and got it in some mud and tore out the bevel gears,I know I put mine to test last summer,I pulled a T-REX up over a rock ledge in a creek when his CVT filled up with water I pulled him out in reverse.:eek:
 

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Shane,I not trying to tell you what to do,but I don't think you would need the alarm,because with the line lock your's wont move until you release it.:)
I was thinking the same thing, but also thinking a little added idiot insurance never hurts....:D
 

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i would have to hook mine up to a set of air horns...................lmao :D
 

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i would have to hook mine up to a set of air horns...................lmao :D
If I did that I'd better pack some extra underwear for the wife she can be a little jumpy.
 
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