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PS i will sleep better tonite if you can go change the pass side link bolt to go in like the driver side . How does it feel with the 488s ?
I have actually not driven it yet. Ha, I know about the bolt. While Mason was hammering it in I asked if he would put it thru the other side, but I had the jack in the way and he said nope.
 

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I have been inactive on the site for a while, but my 07 FJ after having the axle Barrings go bad 2x and other issues I just ordered a all brand new Dana 60 from ECGS. Being built now
 

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I have been inactive on the site for a while, but my 07 FJ after having the axle Barrings go bad 2x and other issues I just ordered a all brand new Dana 60 from ECGS. Being built now
Update. My Dana 60 is in, but before I go and try to re-Invet the wheel, has anyone figured out the factory e-locker wiring. I ordered my 60 with a eaton e-Locker. I know I can just do a quick harwire with the supplied harness, but it would be nice to have stock look/ function. Only mod I did in the past is the high / low locker engagement. Any thoughts or wiring diagrams would be helpful
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I have yet to figure out why there are some many wires going to the plug for the factory e locker. My only suggestion is to use a multimeter to find which one supplies +12V when the switch is engaged. Then forget about the rest of the wires. I assume the eaton does not require much current.
 

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I have yet to figure out why there are some many wires going to the plug for the factory e locker. My only suggestion is to use a multimeter to find which one supplies +12V when the switch is engaged. Then forget about the rest of the wires. I assume the eaton does not require much current.
That could be correct. I’m to lazy to search for a schematic but possibly you may need a switch leg to engage and a switch leg to pull the engagement back with the stock unit. Maybe some of the other wires are for position indicators. I would consider a little more prep work.


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