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ok... what do each of them run to? close up shots?

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whats where the clutch would go? Block of wood and electrical tape?

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whats where the clutch would go? Block of wood and electrical tape?
It appears to be a dead pedal...helps with foot fatigue.


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Okay, top panel left to right:
Winch In-Out
Battery isolator switch and indicator.
Four wheel drive switch
Center front light
Four open switches
Far right red switch is the winch power switch

Bottom panel:
Rear Locker
Front locker
Air compressor (right below that ESP kill switch)
Front bumper outer lights
Front bumper inner lights
Rear bumper lights
CB
Four speed transfer case safety switch
Upper lower planetary control

Yep that's my dead pedal. It has a MORE pedal underneath that. I was taught to trail left brake/ right gas and I taped the block there to keep my left foot at an even level to the brake pedal.


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What does the 4 wheel drive switch do? I thought the sticks were for that.
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Do you always leave it in gear?

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wow.


thats too many switches to remember what everything is


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Do you always leave it in gear?
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What does the 4 wheel drive switch do? I thought the sticks were for that.
I never could get the switch from Atlas to work with the ECU. The toggle tells the computer that the Jeep's in 4x disabling the ESP and supposedly lowering the throttle response (although I've found the Crawl setting on the Flashpaq does a much better job of doing that).

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I never could get the switch from Atlas to work with the ECU.
thats a little disheartening. Is Advanced Adapters aware of the issue? Are they working on a resolution?
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thats a little disheartening. Is Advanced Adapters aware of the issue? Are they working on a resolution?
It's a small matter really. Having been one of the first to receive a four speed with the electric shifter to go in a JK, I was quite the guinea pig. Atlas got a lot of free R&D outta me. At one point, I was at the top of Cliff Hanger in Moab, talking with them on a cell phone to try to work out an issue. After dealing with much larger issues, this really didn't seem all that important. I still think a toggle with 66 ohms resistance is the best solution at least for me. That was my last problem with the four speed and they suggested I resolve it with the toggle. I haven't talked with Advanced Adapters in quite a while so I don't know if they've come up with a different solution or not.

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