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penguin_in_a_cj 04-26-2007 06:32 PM

rubicon wiring question
On the locking axles on an 05 wrangler rubicon. They only work in low range I am looking for a way to make them work in high as well. I know they areelectronicly controled so a wiring diagram would probally do me to figure out how to override the pcm.

JCS05Rubi 04-26-2007 07:12 PM

Hey dave, thanks for checking up on that for me dude, but its not a big deal. I got ahold of the trans gear ratios for the 6spd rubis and did some testing back in Coca Cola. 4 low 4th wheel speed is still on the slow side, but usable. 4 low 5th and 6th with the diffs locked provide enough wheel speed to get me out of a few holes that were deep enough to have mud coming over the rockers into the tub :p I dont think I really want to know how much mud it will take to get the Rubi stuck with the diffs locked in 4 high 2nd or 3rd...

Rubicon04 04-26-2007 07:22 PM

This might help.

Good luck.

JCS05Rubi 04-26-2007 07:25 PM

Ya thats the one I used at first, and it killed my switche all together. Even tried using a paper clip to find out where to jump since that write up didnt work for me. Seems they wired the switches different for different years, and mine doesnt work like that write up. Even my wire colors are different. Thats why he wanted a diagram, he was gonna trace it, but like I said before, its not really an issue. I dont really mind stoping and putting it in low gear 5th, than switching back out when im through the deep stuff. Id rather not FUBAR my stock wiring :p

Rubicon04 04-26-2007 07:32 PM

Yeah I hear ya. I was thinking about doing it to mine but I just don't want to mess it all up. lol

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