Curious - is this change being made for preference or is there an issue with the E-locker?
A Truetrac will do that for you too. Except you don't have to remember to manually engage it, and it won't stop working after you exceed a certain speed (25mph/40kmh). Best of all, it has slip for going around corners. No more 16-sided corners like the eLOC.I still like the elocker in 2WD vehicles. I had one in my 2014 and liked the fact that I could prevent one wheel peel when I was in the woods. Didn’t want to get stuck back there.
Man I feel stupid. I went through their website, and I just couldn't find the actual specification other than GL-5.
I installed an SPE diff Lock bypass relay which engages the E-locker any time via the factory switch. It gets rid of the 25mph nanny that the TCCM has. In doing that, though, the cluster has an error Message every time you start the truck.I assume you referring to when you install a different LSD when you had the ELD?
If so, just use the code in Post#11. I switched mine from a 5 to a 4 and the display is perfect.
It doesn't disable the ELD working. It just stops the reporting and pretends there is nothing there.
Not if you don't know the exact resistor to use (which no one has mentioned) and don't have a pack of various resistors to try. That's why I didn't bother with it and went with Forscan straight off.The resistor trick mentioned above is likely the easiest ticket. The hyperflash eliminator resistors usually sold with aftermarket LEDs is probably in the right ballpark to “look like” the magnetic coil from the perspective of the control module.