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04-26-2008 06:16 AM
THachiya ...and check the switch body orientation before you put the covers on. (The covers (Actuators in "Carlingswitch-speak") have the blue lenses and the labels) They are unidirectional and need a special tool to take them off. (The ground post is on the top row.)



Good luck.
04-26-2008 05:47 AM
Hackfabricaton It's really pretty easy:


Just follow the diagram that endo22 posted, and you'll be fine.

Oh, and did you put the solenoids on the correct way? With the '1' facing the compressor?
04-26-2008 05:19 AM
Endo22 http://www.offroaders.com/tech/ARB-a...r-diagrams.htm


04-25-2008 06:33 PM
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arb switches

im trying to hook up my arb switches in my 97 tj. i just put in rubi axles and have the pumps as well. im trying to find out how to hook up the arb switches. dont know what all the plugs go to in the back of the switch. im also hooknig up the lights on the switches so i know when the lockers are locked. any info would help

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