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tie in AC to Standalone

I am trying to figure out if i can do this without the use of relay. I don't think it will be able to be done, but i would certainly like for it to be.

I am just looking to add a wire to the AEM for a switched ground to disable the AC clutch when on the throttle. I have burned up two a/c units and i suspect its for exceeding stock rev limits. also it never hurts to get the extra oomph on throttle

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Go ahead and use a relay and wire in a WOT switch to kill the compressor when you bury the throttle.
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