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Old 04-19-2006, 06:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Xterra OEM Locker Mod.

Hey all! I am a Jeeper but my buddy has an '06 Xterra. Last months (May) issue of FourWheeler had an article about how to rewire the electricals of a Frontier's locker for 4hi use. Does anyone one know if this would be the same for an Xterra? Does anyone have a link of some sort that I can send to my buddy. FourWheelers web site only has up to the Part 3 online....maybe next month they will add Part 4? If not I guess I could always photocopy my mag and give that to him? Thanks!
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Old 04-19-2006, 06:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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yes they should be the same. I haven't seen what the steps are, but I have heard the yota guys just cutting the wires and rewiring it altogether so they can use the locker anytime they want.

I think it's stupid that they wire them so they can only be used in 4L.
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not stupid if newbie drivers use 4hi in snow and this helps newbies from fishtailing.
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this article is covered in either offrad mag or petersons of the newest eddition. showes every step. you require a relay and a toggle switch to tell it when you want it to come on
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what? I put my locker on so I CAN fish tail....
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Old 04-19-2006, 08:22 PM   #6 (permalink)
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this article is covered in either offrad mag or petersons of the newest eddition. showes every step.
............I know it is in FourWheeler mag! I was hoping I could just link it to my buddy. I was looking for some online info that I could link to him. I just wanted to pass on the info.

Yeah, we can all thank the liability departments for keeping newbies safe and out of harm...and causing harm to others. I am kind of liking some things about the old days better.
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