Land Rover Defender Wiring
Our Infinitybox system has been used in all kinds of cars and trucks. One of our customers just posted pictures of his installation progress on The Defender Source forum. This is an on-line community completely dedicated to guys restoring Land Rover Defenders. “Azarur” is doing a complete frame-off restoration of his Land Rover Defender 110. He has a very detailed build thread that covers all aspects of the project. He’s working on wiring now and has just posted some great pictures.
Here’s what he started with for the wiring in his Land Rover Defender. This is a mess.
Azarur came to us looking for help and a better way to wire his Land Rover Defender 110. He’s doing a pretty extreme restoration of this 110 so he wanted to add the works, electrically. He started out with our 20-Circuit Kit. Then added inMOTION to control his power windows and locks. He wanted to be able to control the system from his iPhone so he added inTOUCH NET. He added inRESERVE so that our system could actively manage the battery. Lastly, he’s adding a Vintage Air Gen-IV to the Defender and he wanted to control that through inTOUCH NET so he added inVIRONMENT.
Here you can see all of his hardware laid out neatly.
Here you can see how he mounted his inRESERVE solenoid and ran his primary battery cable.
Here you can see his primary Mega fuses plus the JCASE fuse holder for the inMOTION Cell.
He has fabricated great access compartments for the MASTERCELL, POWERCELLs and inMOTION.
The rear POWERCELL is mounted behind the subwoofer in the back of the truck.
The front POWERCELL is mounted under the dash above the transmission tunnel.
This is going to be a great install when it is finished. You can see the entire build thread for this Land Rover Defender 110 at The Defender Source website. Search for a build thread titled “LR 110: Two years and thousands of hours“.
If you have questions or are looking to wire your car or truck, reach out to our team and we can help get you going.
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