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#1 subaru_styles

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Posted 20 July 2005 - 04:50 AM

well when I got my coupe the diff lock never worked (rx trans).. have a feeling it was shorted or messed up by the previous owner/kid who told me there was power at the switch but the diff lock wasnt working. when i pulled the shifter trim the switch harness was not plugged in.

so i decided to check..there is no power going to the switch, or the selinoids in the engine bay..made sure all the harness's in the pass. kick panel were plugged in.

12v branches for the switch from somehere :rolleyes: , but of course no fuse in the block for it. and i don't have a FSM. i highly doubt it, but any single hidden fuse for the diff lock? any suggestions on where to check next?
-Brad




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