If you are installing a Toyota electric-locking differential in your own axle, the ORS E-Locker Wiring Harness is a great solution to the wiring. The actuator on the Toyota E-locker uses a switched motor, which prevents simple wiring. Using a set of relays, our harness will simply operate the E-Locker by the push of a switch. Our harness plugs directly into your E-Locker, preventing the need for any additional wiring connections. This harness is completely pre-wired, comes standard with a Carling Rocker Switch (like ARB) and is covered with expanded sleeve and corrugated loom for protection. Installation is a very simple and the harness is custom tailored to your wheelbase, selected axle, and battery location.
The following options can be added to this harness:
- An indicator of the differential’s lock position, built into the switch or a separate LED indicator
- An indicator of the differential’s lock position, using the OEM light in the instrument cluster, Tacoma and 3rd generation 4Runner (please call)
- The use of an OEM Toyota Differential Locking switch
This product is built per order, please allow 8-10 weeks for order completion.
Notice when ordering: Please include the following information in the “Order Notes” box when placing your order:
From Elocker Donor Vehicle:
- Model Year
- Indicate front or rear locker (when applicable)
From Your Vehicle:
- Model Year
- Indicate locker location, front or rear
- Battery location (if in engine bay, indicate R or L side)
- Indicate any major wheelbase changes (over 2”)
- Indicate any suspension lift over 2”
Please call or email for custom applications.
Important: In its original application, Toyota uses a computer to control the operation of the E-Locker. In this system, various inputs are used to control differential operation, such as 4WD mode and vehicle speed. This computer-controlled system is designed for operator safety and differential reliability. When using the ORS E-Locker Wiring Harness, the operator is given full control of the locker operation. This makes the driver responsible for judging the appropriate timing of E-Locker operation.