first post here. I'm wiring a DC motor and horn that will go into a small boat I built. I would like to get some help to see if I'm doing this correctly.
-DC motor hooked to a 12v battery (Max draw 30 amps, manual calls for 50a breaker) -A foot pedal momentary switch turns the motor on. -A 3 position toggle switch controls if the motor will go clockwise (forward), counterclockwise (reverse), or off. -There is also a momentary button to power a horn.
I've built it and it works but I want to double check that there are no problems here and that its safe. Since the motor draws a lot of amps above the rating of the switches I'm using 2 relays.
Attached are pictures of how it's wired and also a picture of it wired up.