Chevy front axle disconnect wiring??
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    What is the best way to wire up the new front axle disconnect used on the new electric solinoids? My truck is a 98 Chevy(has newer solinoid) but the chasis wiring harness is from a 2wd(no wiring for front axle disconnect). I know GM made a kit for the older trucks(88-9?). Is there a easy way to make my own harness or should I buy the GM harness. I know its not much money, but what another question is what inputs do I need. Brown wire from T-case(got it), but what about the 2 wires from the old front axle? Is one hot other ground? Something else? Does this make sense?
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    Kevin
    94 Chevy C3500HD Rollback with 97 Cummins
    98 GMC Cummins common rail-Allison conversion
    www.hainestowing.net

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    they require reversing polarity.

    to engauge you will need + to one and - to the other.

    to dis-engauge you will need to reverse that meaning that what was your + is now your -.

    idk how you would wire that up with single switch. mabye a double pole double throw.

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    I single pole switch with a 2 pole relay would work too, if a relay is required, I'm not too familiar with these 4x4 setups, but I know about wiring.
    52 Dodge cab on a 79 P30 step van chassis with a 97 6bt...it'll get done, one of these days.

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