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I've identified several of the parts needed to add the active locking differential, which based on LR4 owners' experience can be done with addition of the correct wiring harness. I don't believe the ECU even had to be notified that the differential controller was there as it registered itself on the CAN-BUS. My question is, does anyone know the wiring harness part numbers i can add to my list?:

1) Differential Unit - https://www.jlroriginalparts.com/oem-parts/land-rover-carrier-assembly-lr041961
2) Left Axle Assembly (right appears to be the same as non-locking) - https://www.jlroriginalparts.com/oem-parts/land-rover-axle-assembly-lr073345
3) Active Locking Differential Control Unit - https://www.roverjaguarparts.com/oem-parts/land-rover-control-module-lr086488
4) Actuator Housing - https://www.jlroriginalparts.com/oem-parts/land-rover-housing-lr043121
5) Actuator - https://www.jlroriginalparts.com/oem-parts/land-rover-actuator-lr041966

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I am very interested in this build. I have a 16' TD6 that is my daily driver and it has 65K miles. Planning to keep it for the long haul and would eventually like to have a rear locker....
 
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