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post #1 of 10 Old 12-05-2013, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Does anybody make a plug-in for the rubi locker

I'm doing a rubi axle swap and I wonder if anybody makes the plug-in on the diff looking for a quick connect other than the factory harness.

Can a guy just get a matching plug?
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Try this

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Try this

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9491

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I've tried search... Only thing I have found was the entire harness not just the pig tails or clips. I will check the link. Thanks.
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I know that somebody in the last couple weeks posted that they had found the connectors aftermarket somewhere. I'll see if I can remember enough about the post to help find it.

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There is a "repair" clip on ebay.

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I just did this install, you'll need to buy the Mopar harness and strip it down to the parts you'll need. The good think about it is you'll get extra wire and sheathing to run the wiring anyway you want.

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You should be able to get the plugs at summit racing. Not sure on the part number but they have all kinds of oem plugs you can get.
All you need is 12v+- wires to the axles. You will not get the dash lights to work and there is no reason to buy the rest of the wire harness unless you are planning on adding the sway bar disconnect.

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Just did this in a jeep. It's takes about 5 hrs. Label ur wires. Yellow red r positive. Purple blue ground and black is ground.


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If anyone needs a harness, I have an extra still in the package for $95 shipped. A Chrysler vendor website will complete an order without your knowledge and will not return phone calls nor e-mails. I offer it here before filing my fraudulent claim.
The harness sure makes the wire-up easier even though it took 4 hours just rebuilding a new 4 plug one, but it sure looks professional. If you wire up all 4 plugs, you'll wind up using almost 50% of the wiring and all of the conduit which will save money over buying that stuff seperate.
Another tip, use all the yellow/red plug wire and label it before installing it. I didn't worry about the purple blue ground and black wires relation to which plug as they're grounds which no relation to my switch/indicator circuits.

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