Ok. Lock, singular. But still. Before proceeding with ordering the stuff needed to install the diff lock linkage on the Landy, I wanted to confirm I actually had the hardware. This proved oddly difficult.
I’ve tried multiple times to find the serial number of my transfer case, but never had any luck. Finally today I got angry and asked my friend (who operates a local Swedish shop near work) if I could borrow a lift. He agreed, and I headed over during lunch.
After getting under the car and completely inspecting the transfer case I figured out why I couldn’t locate the serial number.
No really, get out of the comments. I know where it should be on both models of transfer case and it isn’t in either of those places. There isn’t one. See:
My best guess is it is some sort of aftermarket and/or rebuilt case? I have no idea.
Anyway, undeterred I looked up diagrams of the case and managed to find the right place to wedge my phone to see this little baby.
Yup. Thar be a diff lock nipple thingy.
Just to make sure, I grabbed a 10mm wrench, threw it on there and twisted. After a short travel I heard and felt a very satisfying click. Top-side, we started the car are were rewarded with...
So, long story short (too late), I have diff locks and they work. Time to buy the linkage!
Out of stock.
[UPDATE] Found a 2004 D2 linkage on eBay for a reasonable price, so I am going that route. We’re back on!