I searched and could only find one vague thread about a push button starter. I'm wanting to do this on my '68 c20. The ignition switch is crapped out and the truck has to be hotwired in order to run. The start position still works, though, it just won't give juice to the coil. Now, if I wanted to rig up a push starter, how would I do it and still be able to supply power to all the other crap that's hooked up to the ignition switch? There are about 7 other wires that go into the harness that plugs into the ignition. If I hooked a switch up to the hot wire from the battery, and the wire that supplies the coil, how would I get power to the ignition? I have no idea what all the other wires do. Does anyone have simple directions on wiring up a push button system? If it weren't for the other wires, I could just wire a switch from battery to coil, but then how would I get juice to the starter? I guess I'm too ignorant of how an ignition is wired to even ask the right questions. I guess turning it to the "on" position completes the circuit between battery and coil, then "start" sends juice to the coil and starter? Or does the starter have a separate power supply? This is on a '68, so there's really not a lot of electrical crap to worry about, just wipers, turn signals, lights, starter, heater, and ignition, I think. I'm just tired of getting under the hood to hotwire it every time I start it, and figured a couple switches would be cheaper and simpler than a new ignition switch. Any help or advice would be welcome!