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Mopar D44 e-locker wiring ?

Ok- I know this has been covered, but my search kung fu is weak today. Looking into doing a Rubicon D44 swap into my X, and was wondering- can you run just a regular switch or somesuch to activate the locker?
Anyone have experience with this? Re-doing the entire wiring harness or somesuch seems mighty excessive to me- thanks! Mark W.

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I haven't done it, but if I were going to I'd just run a simple switch. It's the easiest way of doing it and gives you complete control of the locker.

I bypassed my factory switches and used these:

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look in the wrie-up library index. There is a couple writeups in there
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Ah! That's where they were- I was looking here (electrical)- thanks, fellas. Phil, where did you get those switches? Muy cool! Mark W.

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I haven't done it, but if I were going to I'd just run a simple switch. It's the easiest way of doing it and gives you complete control of the locker.

I bypassed my factory switches and used these:

Hey Phil, That's a sweet setup. Do the lights stay lit, when the locker is engaged?

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You can get the rocker switches from:

http://www.otrattw.com/

Contact James [[email protected]] and tell him what you want, he's great to deal with.
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