Vehicle is a 04 GT, Spent the past three hours trolling the switch topics and really can't find a definitive answer on basic configurations. I've seen remote solenoids, switches, and fuses galore. What I have is the battery in the trunk, grounded right there, 4 gauge to moroso kill switch, opposite side of switch has jumper to fuel pump, and onto the front of the car where it junctions in a basic battery isolation switch. One goes to the main fuse and one goes to the starter. Without reinventing the wheel, my first question is: is this too simple to work? It works and kills everything as it should, but maybe not fused/safe? Second question is I am wanting to mount this on the trunk, reusing the moroso switch, has anybody went about this with a hole saw to mount it next to where the license plate is? Sorry if this sounds newb, but I figured in following The basic nhra rules, the switch SHOULD does its job in killing all power on the + side and shutting down the vehicle, but I drive it very little, and when it's parked, it's plugged into a trickle charger with the kill switch off to the rest of the system. Thanks for all input.