Viking 110 wiring update to 130

Hi Jan.

At your suggestion, I'm looking into changing my 110 legacy wiring diagram to the same one used with the 130 engine.  I'm very much in favor of the change but have a couple questions.

I notice the ECU shows 2 inputs connected directly to the +12V power buss via white and white/red wires. These connect directly to the output of the master solenoids.  My question is, what is the shutdown procedure?  With the legacy wiring module, when shutting the engine down, I pull hard against the throttle stop and then turn off the main switch.  This remove power from the ECU.  Since there is no switch between the ECU and the battery other that the master solenoid, do I shut down the engine by turning off the master switch? 

My other question has to do with the ignition switch relay.  Is the one used with the 130 diagram the same relay as used in the legacy 110 wiring module (i.e., part no. V23234-A1001-X033)?

Thanks!

Dale Medendorp
V110 powered Zenith 650B with 300 hours

 

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  • After shutting off the alternator you will be able to cut power to the engine by turning off the solenoid

    The starter relay is a generic 40A “Bosch” type used on many cars for many purposes

    You can also use the part number listed.

    Here is a video that might help

    https://youtu.be/hVaPWYQ5R3U
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