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E locker wire routing

What is the best way the bring the rear diff Eaton e-locker wires up to the front of the Jeep to connnect power and the switch?

Do you route the wires under the body or go through the interior?

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Under the body, just follow the factory harness that has the wheel sensors in it up to the front then go thru the firewall to your switch.

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I put the two wire in vinyl tubing from home depot to protect them from any chafing. Then ran it through the frame rail on the left hand side. Brought it out by the front shock and then followed the front axle vent hose up and to my relay.

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Thanks guys. Where does the factory rubicon wiring run?
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it runs in the same harness as the speed sensors up the passenger side

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