I watched a show recently that said in Canada 500,000 cars are stolen each year and more and more it's older cars that are getting stolen for parts. So since I love my Trac and don't want it stolen I was off to my garage to make a real cheap bit of security for the car. This will allow you to disable the fuel pump so even if the thief gets the ignition cracked open and the starter actually wants to crank there will be no fuel to ignite. What were going to do is install a hidden switch that will shut of the fuel pump. Once installed my car will run roughly for about 2-3 seconds and then die with no hope of re-fireing without turning the switch back on. Parts Required - 1 toggle switch - enough wire to reach the switch and back - a bit of solder & electrical tape or (crimp on wire conectors) - wire protector (I used an old piece of clear tubing) The first thing you are going to need to do is decide on a location for the switch, I decided to put mine just behind the drivers door because I have to reach back there for the seatbelt anyways. In this picture you can see my completed setup. At the bottom of the picture you can see the toggle switch and in the top left of the picture about half way up the drivers side rear wheelwell you can see where I tapped into the wiring harness. Here's a closeup of the wire in question. This is a blue wire with a black stripe on it. I do not know if this is the best wire to use ? I watched the show and then went and did my mod by just looking at the plug in the back hatch to see what wires went to the fuel pump and then I picked the biggest wire on the plug (normally the biggest wire will be used to carry the supply current). So that's it. - disconnect the negative battery cable - decide on a location for the switch and install it - splice into the wiring harness and route your extension wires to the switch. Whenever you are extending a wire allways make sure that the new wire is at least as big as the old wire a bigger wire is better but in most cases is overkill. So if the old wire is 16 guage use 16 guage wire to extend it, 14 guage would be even safer but is probably just wasting money. - connect the extension wires to the switch and put some sort of cable protection over the wires (I used some old clear rubber tubing I had lying around, well maybe not so clearâ€¦one of the downsides to sandblasting as you can see there is dust and sand everywhere) - re-connect the negative battery cable The above installation was for an All Trac it has its gas tank located under the spare tire not under the rear seat like ST162's do but the installation is the same just different location and I know someone's going to wonder why I have 2 big threaded rods sticking out of the trunk ST162 fuel cut off switch for ST162's the fuel pump plug is under the rear seat once again you want the big blue wire with the black stripe, either side 1 or 2 can be used. I think wire #3 (small blue) goes to the check connector for the fuel pump bypass Toyota has allready provided a nice black tube with a couple unused wires and a plug that run forward into the center console so I chose to put my switch under the back of the center console.