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Thank you!! Yeah, I can totally see those things in there.

So where do you guys like to get switched power wire? Can I just tap into something nearby or is that not ok? Just for the switch part of the relay.

Like this guy looks like it's a brake fluid level sensor maybe?
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That switch doesn't have 12V on it. Its a ground circuit.
 
My jeep has had an empty fuse slot, slot F7, which is wired. Top right maxi fuse slot in the pic.
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This website says that fuse slot is unused:
https://fuse-box.info/jeep/jeep-wrangler-tj-1997-2006-fuses-and-relays

Looking underneath, it looks like it goes to the relay position for "aux fan". There has never been any relay in there.

What do you think that circuit is for? I'm thinking about hijacking it for my air compressor circuit
 
My jeep has had an empty fuse slot, slot F7, which is wired. Top right maxi fuse slot in the pic.
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This website says that fuse slot is unused:
https://fuse-box.info/jeep/jeep-wrangler-tj-1997-2006-fuses-and-relays

Looking underneath, it looks like it goes to the relay position for "aux fan". There has never been any relay in there.

What do you think that circuit is for? I'm thinking about hijacking it for my air compressor circuit

I think you should download the fsm for your jeep from this site and verify
 
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It is these two circled slots...



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and the table of what the fuses are kinda:

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It looks like it wasn't factory but idk what to make of it or if it's important

You should be able to disconnect the wire from the relay spot or use the relay spot and the MaxI Fuse for added protection. Put a wire into the relay so to power the compressor. Redundant but it would add another level of protection.
 
You should be able to disconnect the wire from the relay spot or use the relay spot and the MaxI Fuse for added protection. Put a wire into the relay so to power the compressor. Redundant but it would add another level of protection.

Cool... that would be nice. I can't get the PDC apart to get the new terminals in that you sent. I already broke one little plastic tab and started looking for other options :LOL:
 
I knew it! Dammit @rasband

Really though, if what is on here is formerly mine it's not a correctlync, it would be a ZJ setup. I only have the one Correctlync I got from Mike in exchange for some cats. Granted I do remember saying the TREs on that ZJ bar were shot and the bar had been bent a few times.

Who knows what Trevor yolo'ed over since then.
 
Really though, if what is on here is formerly mine it's not a correctlync, it would be a ZJ setup. I only have the one Correctlync I got from Mike in exchange for some cats. Granted I do remember saying the TREs on that ZJ bar were shot and the bar had been bent a few times.

Who knows what Trevor yolo'ed over since then.

Cats?!!
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Really though, if what is on here is formerly mine it's not a correctlync, it would be a ZJ setup. I only have the one Correctlync I got from Mike in exchange for some cats. Granted I do remember saying the TREs on that ZJ bar were shot and the bar had been bent a few times.

Who knows what Trevor yolo'ed over since then.

Oh fuck really how can you check the bar has no markings
 
Oh fuck really how can you check the bar has no markings

Well, The ZJ rod is about 7/8-1" in diameter. Currectlync is about 1.25" diameter. Also, on a currectlync, the tie rod to drag link connection is a dead giveaway...

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Plus, there isn't a sleeve on the Drivers side of the currectlync, and there is on the ZJ steering

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ZJ stuff

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