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an addition to the 4EAT switchable center diff mod


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#1 Snowman

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Posted 12 November 2006 - 10:17 PM

First off, very good writeup on how to take control of your 4EAT's AWD clutch packs. I did the modification on my 1992 Legacy today, and I would like to add to the article that the pin location was in fact the same on my car, which is older than Andyjo's, and it was indicated to be the same in the 1991 FSM I was using as a reference. Further, I thought it would be an improvement to tap into the wiring harness on the body side rather than the trans side, as this eliminates having to clip the wires when you drop the tranny. If you want to do yours this way, you're looking for a black and white wire going to pin #11 in the body side connector. Of course, the location of this pin in the body side connector corresponds with the pin location in the tranny side connector, which is already explained in the article. The color may have been changed at some point, but that's what it was on my 92, and that's what the 91 FSM indicated.




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