tools were required for the installation. We used a bottle of 409
cleaner and a clean rag to wipe off the Baja dirt from the mounting
# 1 - The injector pump connector is located on the driver's
side of the Cummins power plant and is easily identifiable by matching
up the female cable connector with the same style connector at the
# 2 - Once you identified the injector pump and the female
cable connector, remove the pump connector by sliding the connector
clip. We discovered that it doesn't slide very easily, of course,
it was covered with dirt and dust from the roads and beaches of
Baja, but with a little coaxing, it slid right out.
# 3 - Identify the male and female ends on the Torque Dog.
# 4 - Connect the Torque Dog male cable connector to the
factory harness end.
# 5 - Make sure that the interlock connector is open completely.
# 6 - Connect the Torque Dog female cable connector to
the Diesel Injection Pump.
# 7 - Make sure that the interlock connector closes completely.
# 8 - Route the Torque Dog and wiring loom from the Injector
Pump to the top of the fuse box, located against the driver's side
front quarter panel, and that will be it's new home. We cleaned
off the top of the fuse box and then wiped it down with the alcohol
pad provided by Bully Dog, allowing the alcohol to dissipate.
# 9 - Peel of the Velcro protective film and firmly place
the Torque Dog in place.