I mounted the compressor to the rear of the driver's side speaker, behind the panel. I ran the air hose from teh compressor back to the pass-through under the left tail lamp, and then forward to the air hose on the axle.
The sensor wiring was routed up the left trailing arm and forward along the brake and fuel lines, then passed throught he firewall using a spare hole in the bulkhead seal.
I used a generic lighted switch with a red plastic safety cover for now. The light only comes on when the locker is engaged, this was I know that it really is locked (kind of like the wheel lock light). Here's a schematic of the circuit.
The locker works. The driveline is excellent. It's really nice going from rear drums that weren't working at all to rear disks that are.
I can't seem to get my computer to download my pics from my phone, so you'll have to wait.
-------------------- 1990 Montero RS (In pieces... for now)
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