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New for 2021 is our long awaited Under Seat Compressor Mount. This will allow you to mount any ViAir or ARB compressor under your driver seat. Yes, you can put your Twin ARB under your driver seat.
If you're like us and never liked the idea of mounting your compressor out in the elements, then this is for you. Our mount will allow you to have easy access to your compressor with out fumbling through your engine bay, truck bed, or rear cargo area.
Please note that when installing its important to relocate any sensor plugs and zip tie all factory and compressor wiring under the seat away from the compressor to avoid damage.
FEATURES AND DETAILS
Under Seat Compressor Mount
This option is only includes the Under Seat Compressor Mount with stainless steel hardware to bolt the compressor of choice to the mount and zip ties for wiring. You will need to source your own bulkhead fittings and any other parts to plumb the air compressor.
Under Seat Compressor Mount w/Fittings
This kit includes everything from above plus: 18" of DOT 1/4" air line, two 90 degree push fittings, a female quick connect, a male quick connect, and the bulkhead fitting.
Installation is difficult and with wiring/plumbing can take 4+ hours.
*WARNING: Desert Does It will not be liable for any loss, damage, or injury directly or indirectly from the use or the inability to determine the use of these products. Before using or installing, the user shall determine the suitability of the products for it's intended use, and the user shall assume all responsibility and risk in connection therewith.
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I could not get the front seat electrical connectors apart, and had to almost destroy one. Your instructions say to reverse the connectors for added clearance which I did, but it must be simple to disconnect them, but I had a lot of trouble with them.
Also, I when disconnected the yellow connector which was the hardest, I ended up breaking apart the housing in the process, but it still clicked back together when I was done.
When I replaced the battery cable and started the truck, it started up and then about 2 seconds later shut down without any indication as to why. I started it again without any further issue and all seemed well until I noticed the backup camera did not function any more when the gear shift lever was placed in reverse. I took the truck into the dealer today for service and they said it looks like the head unit is not getting the signal that the gear shift is in reverse.
I had removed the positive battery cable before the installation, and the dealer mechanic said the proper way is to disconnect the negative lead first, and I may have sent a surge in the truck wiring and damaged something or blew a fuse.
The dealer was not able to identify the problem, and now I have to remove the head unit and troubleshoot on my own. If there is a simple explanation, please let me know so that I can fix it without replacing the head unit.