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Diff Lock Light Wiring for 83-89 -- Modern T Case Switch Answered

To wire a newer style Diff Lock Warning Switch to an older truck

The 83-86 Defender

Black w blue trace goes back into the instrument cluster.

New Switch
Green w yellow trace
Green with brown trace

Connect the green w brown trace to the existing Blue w black trace wire. This will lead back into the cluster.

Add a ring terminal to the green w yellow trace wire and ground to any screw on the transfer case.

Your diff lock light should now work.

a year from now when I need this now I know where to look for it.
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