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Guest Message by DevFuse

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rx differential lock wiring (corky?)

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#1 Guest_baccaruda_*

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Posted 16 June 2003 - 10:38 PM

i can't find my wiring diagrams..

can someone tell me how to wire up the RX's differential lock switch to a 1986 GL10 turbowagon? i want to make sure i grab everything i'll need off of the RX because it'll be gone soon.. please please please and thank you

#2 Guest_UltimateRX_*

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Posted 17 June 2003 - 05:55 AM

I sold my 87 FSM to Tex. But besides the wiring, you'll need those vacuum servos on the between the firewall and the left strut tower, I hope you haven't thrown them away. If you have a GL-10 that had air suspension that you replace with RX stuff, then you might still have those, but you'll need to wire them to the switch, since the air suspension is speed sensative and will deactive at a certain speed (not what you want in the middle of a high speed drift). Sorry I couldn't be more help.

#3 Guest_baccaruda_*

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Posted 17 June 2003 - 10:11 AM

no, that's great.. thanks :D

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