SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby jessetriton on Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:39 am

Hi all just has anyone pulled apart the super select transfer actuator. Acording to the manuals the high low and the center diff lock are on 2 shafts from.the unit. Compared to the single on the non SS. In the wire diagram shows 2 sets of wires for motor controls. I'm hoping this is true and there is 2 motors in there .because I would like to develop and kit that can allow 2wd low range option. Any help with this would be awsome.

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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby NowForThe5th on Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:50 pm

See this thread. Relates to ML, but the basics are similar and should give you a head start.

Also do a search for posts by member coughy, who did similar in a Challenger.
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby jessetriton on Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:47 pm

NowForThe5th wrote:See this thread. Relates to ML, but the basics are similar and should give you a head start.

Also do a search for posts by member coughy, who did similar in a Challenger.

Ok thankyou. Will do
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby jessetriton on Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:11 pm

NowForThe5th wrote:See this thread. Relates to ML, but the basics are similar and should give you a head start.

Also do a search for posts by member coughy, who did similar in a Challenger.

So I've had a look through the posts the Idea is similar
The problem with the ss in my mq no axel Disconnect. I have ordered a 2nd had transfer shifter got it for $40 Going to pull it down and studdy it might.be able to come up with something.
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby RHKTriton on Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:53 am

Being able to operate the dogs for Hi/Low and 2/4 independently is the ultimate solution. The front axle actuator is an easy shortcut.

I'd like to be able to simply disengage the centre diff lock on my ml and have the benefits of low range along with sharing the traction across all wheels.
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby jessetriton on Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:03 pm

RHKTriton wrote:Being able to operate the dogs for Hi/Low and 2/4 independently is the ultimate solution. The front axle actuator is an easy shortcut.

I'd like to be able to simply disengage the centre diff lock on my ml and have the benefits of low range along with sharing the traction across all wheels.



That's the ultmate goal.
The MQ I have has no disconnect.
I should have the actuator next week will post my findings.
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby RHKTriton on Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:19 am

Mitsi transfer boxes must be pretty good - virtually no pics of on stripped down.

Jeep, fraud, etc, plenty.
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Re: SUPER SELECT TRANSFER ACTUATOR

Postby NowForThe5th on Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:30 am

For additional research, have a look over here, where some work has also been done on this.

Their search function is much worse than ours, but Google works better.
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