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ARB Wiring Diagram Help ???


At the moment I have to turn on the "insulator switch" before the compressor works and the lockers can be activated.

I want to change that:
The compressor has to work always when the ignition is on but the lockers still need the "insulation switch" before they work.

But how do I have to wire that up?

I need your help!


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ARB wiring

Did you ever get an answer to your question? If not, I'm game but want to clarify and ask a few more questions first.

Unless you can guarantee that your air lines, compressor, lockers are 100% air tight, and will stay that way for the length of time you own your vehicle, I don't understand why you would want to keep the compressor powered on with the vehicle. My system is wired similar to your diagram and it's no trouble at all to turn on just the air compressor, then select which locker I want enganged (if not both.)

If you still want your compressor to turn on when you have the key in the ignition, it's as simple as using a relay to power on the compressor and keep the rest of the switches the same.
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