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Re: Early urq diff lock switch?
In message <9811111834.AA40960@fluhr.austin.ibm.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Fluhr) writes:
> Thanks for all your responses, guys. To summarize, the '83.5 -'84 urq
> and the '84 4000q used the double-detent pull-switch for the diff locks.
> This switch can be retrofitted to the early urquattro, but requires an
> extra set of vacuum hoses to be routed to the rear diff.
My parts fiche tells the following story:
To 85-B-901221 - Bowden cables worked by levers either side of the
handbrake. Differentials fully independent.
85-B-901222 to 85-E-910500 - separate vacuum lines from each differential
to a common two-position pull switch.
85-F-900001 to 85-H-902400 - separate vacuum lines from each differential
to a common two-position turn switch.
85-J-900001 and onwards - electronic speed-sensitive control of one
(rear) differential only.
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