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Old 01-18-2012, 06:43 AM
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ESOF and Auto Hub Delete Questions

Well My 2002 All electric baby is about to become full manual. I am swapping in a ZF-6, manual transfer case, and Warn Premium hubs.

My questions have to do with what is going to be left over. The electric trans case and hubs are pretty straight forward, but what about everything in between? There is something that makes noise up on the front passenger wheel well. I'm assuming this controls the hubs? Do I need to delete it or just leave it there? Is there any market for it used? My hubs still work, so I was thinking about trying to sell them, but not sure about that either. My goal here is to get everything as simple as possible. Any help from past experience is greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-18-2012, 10:46 AM
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Make sure you plug the vac line on the pass wheel well. I used a golf tee stuck in the rubber hose. If you do not, when you turn on the 4x4 your vents will go to defrost no matter what setting you are in.
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:11 PM
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Apparently they are tied into the same vacuum block. Where I'm at though is a little different, because I'm wondering if I can just get rid of all that stuff. I won't even be using the switch on the dash anymore.

Anyone else out there?
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:19 PM
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The "something that makes noise up on the passenger wheel well" is your vacuum pump.

If you want your dash vents to work, then you'll need to keep it.
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The "something that makes noise up on the passenger wheel well" is your vacuum pump.

If you want your dash vents to work, then you'll need to keep it.
Well that's some useful information.
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