What have you done to your MTVR today?

Madball90

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I traced all the wires, checked all the bulbs, replaced all the relays converted all to fuses, signal goes up the steering column does not come out on the lead to the drivers rear wire. When I jumped the wire on the engine side of the firewall from front blinker to rear tail/flasher everything from there down worked. traced signal from the flasher down to the switch and dashboard wiring harness. In fact just pulled up old messages you told me it was turn signal cam, about 6-8 months ago.
Ahhh ok….
 

Madball90

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that would be great, don't want to waste my money if it's wrong...
So I checked out TM and that is the correct NSN (part number changed). But that is not the NIIN that we use to order them.
we use NIIN 01-480-4000. I do not have a new one that I can check until tomorrow to verify.
It could possibly be that there was NSN change, but since they update our computers every so often, that is there was a NSN change it would not show it until the next update.
 

JW7tonWY

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So I checked out TM and that is the correct NSN (part number changed). But that is not the NIIN that we use to order them.
we use NIIN 01-480-4000. I do not have a new one that I can check until tomorrow to verify.
It could possibly be that there was NSN change, but since they update our computers every so often, that is there was a NSN change it would not show it until the next update.
I have a old Oshkosh printed parts list dated 11/2016 just numbers and descriptions, so you would be way more up to date then I.
 

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Got the lockers working. Drug a 20' Conex about 1/4 mile. Didn't even strain. I think I could have pulled it 40 mph :ROFLMAO:
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Wow!! That is great news. Anything you can share about what it took to solve the problem? Oh, and by the way - have you tried attaching a Conex to the bed of your truck? With the bottom pins that could (in theory) hold it in place?
 

Russ Knight

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Wow!! That is great news. Anything you can share about what it took to solve the problem? Oh, and by the way - have you tried attaching a Conex to the bed of your truck? With the bottom pins that could (in theory) hold it in place?
I repaired a broken air line on the center locker a while back and it appeared they still didn't work. But after hooking to this Conex, changing the CTIS mode, and putting the truck in low gear, it appears the lockers all worked. It never spun a tire, just squatted slightly and off we went. These things are beasts! The link is to a short Facebook video of it.

Beast Mode
 

Russ Knight

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Installed a pair of infrared lights today. Hope to get them wired up soon. There's a spare slot in the instrument panel for a rocker switch, but I think I'm going to install a toggle switch to operate them. Excuse the dirty truck.

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Russ Knight

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Speaking of these infrared lights, anyone know if they are sensitive to polarity being reversed? I didn't get a wiring diagram with them and don't want to wire them wrong.
 
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