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Re: Early urq diff lock switch?

It does exist.  It was standard on the 1984 4kq.  It is not a DIRECT swap
however.  You need to add another vacuum line.  I don't recall exactly the
color of the plastic tubing and such, but if you have a Bentley manual, you
will want to route the lines exactly as shown for the '84 4kq.

Maybe someone on the list can tell you exactly what to do.  I bought the
parts to do it a couple of years ago, but never got around to doing it.


At 07:09 PM 11/10/98 -0600, you wrote:
>My urq has the single-pull switch that locks both the center and rear
>differential in one shot.  I seem to recall that later models (or
>perhaps '84 4000 quattros) had a double-detent switch that would
>allow the driver to lock the center differential first, followed
>by the rear diff.
>Does this alternate switch exist, and is it a direct swap in for
>my single-pull switch?  What car can I pull the double-detent
>switch from (assuming it does exist)?
>'85 CGT, '82 urq
>Eric J. Fluhr                                Email:  ejfluhr@austin.ibm.com
>630FP Logic/Circuit Design                   Phone:  (512) 838-7589
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Best Regards,

John Karasaki
Portland, OR