I was afraid of that. Thanks for clearing that up. I'll keep checking back to follow the developement of this mod for the 05.
if all you had done was the blue plug mod, then you could have used your locker when you were in 2-lo and the 4wd button engaged (putting you in 4-lo).cheez said:Dick, I just read your awesome write up on that. I may do just that.
From what I gather from this thread, I need to do the grey wire mod in order for the locker to work with the 2lo mod, is that correct?
That doesn't seem true, at least not in my case. I unplugged the blue plug for the 2-lo mod. I shifted the transfer case into 4-lo and engaged 4wd by pushing the 4wd button. The locker would not engage to safe it's life.Zintradi said:if all you had done was the blue plug mod, then you could have used your locker when you were in 2-lo and the 4wd button engaged (putting you in 4-lo).
That's exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!PaulW said:Mine did the exact same thing. You need to do the grey wire mod. After I did the 2-Lo mod mine wouldn't lock up until I did the grey wire mod. Did the grey wire mod and now it locks up perfect.
I love 2-Lo!
cheez said:That's why I'm wondering if I need to do the grey wire mod first in order for the 2-lo mod to work. Obviously I could do what Dick suggests to get around all of it but I'm hesitant since I'm still under warranty.
That was my problem with the 2-lo mod. Even with it shifted into FOUR low (diff engaged) I could not get the locker to work. I think the locker just doesn't like something about unplugging the blue plug, even in 4-lo.WATRD said:Wait a minute, did I read that correctly? If you do just the two-low mod, of course the locker won't engage. One of the checks that the locker ECU does is that the transfer case is in FOUR low, with the diff engaged. You would HAVE to do the gray wire mod for the locker to work in anything but four low.
I will update the write up.