Pretty much. The CAD will not engage and the axles will not lock together. You can completely remove the vacuum and electrical stuff and lock the CAD in permently. See the FAQs for that. Then just get yourself some manual or auto hubs and no more CAD problems.
Ok, thanks for the info. I wasn't having any problems I just noticed that connection was hanging from my t-case crossmember. When I asked my friend who put the t-case back in for me about it he said that he couldn't find were it went.... This explains why I kept getting stuck and needing FORDs to pull me out...
Well that and the 28" Workhorses I have on their right now (suck in mud)
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