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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-01-2002, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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YJ Disconnect Help.

So im my hurry to leave a 5' deep mudput with a Sazuki Sami nose down in it, driver drunk as hell, I popped all the cables off my Vaccume Actuator.

I was wondering if anyone knows how these go back in, and if there's a good way to get them to stay.

There's two sets of cables/hoses.

One is a black one, has two ports on the end, they are stepped appart from eachother.

The other is a green cable with a metal conection on the end.

I've got the hose on, and I assume the cable is the indicator light, it'd be nice to have that working again.
So, where does that plug in? Does it go on the side in that little port?
If so, it doesn't fit.. the metal tab on the inside, (circular port) is the same side as the one on the cable that's supposed to plug in..
Anyone got any pictures? Or a reson why I'm stupid and missing something.
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Re: YJ Disconnect Help.

This may help.
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Re: YJ Disconnect Help.

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That will help.. in about 5 days when I get rid of this stupid vacume crap.. but for now, I need to drive an hour and a half through snow so I need my 4wd.
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Take off your Assembly and jam the Fork all the way to the left... (engage it) and push that little peice over to the left...it engages the axle... then screw the cover back on... someone on POR told me to do this... I'm trying to make a way to use a Vac Switch to engage from my Cab. Someone on the board has a Vac Diagram.
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Re: YJ Disconnect Help.

All I have to offer is the vac. diagram in my signature. I'm not sure if it will help your situation though.
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Re: YJ Disconnect Help.

Alright..
that helped a little more..

So, the green "wire" Is actually a green hose, pulling a very little ammont of Vaccume (in 4wd) the yellow, also pulls vaccume.. (more) the black has nothing.

the green has a metal nipple, that goes inside a small peice of tube.. (good fit) and then that tube slips in on the right side.. but that's not a tight fit.

So I think i'm in 4wheel.. but I'd like an indicator light just to be sure..

Maybe the whole thing is full of mud and therefore won't engage?

I'm gona go cable soon.. this vacume thing used to be cool.. but now sucks.
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This week I'm going to build a manual disconnect I'll get you part numbers. [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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