So I decided to rewire my factory lockers to get rid of all of the factory constraints on them. I've seen how to splice into the factory relay and wire them from scratch but I wanted to make this clean and easy so I came up with my own method.
First thing is I bought a factory harness to take apart and figure out how everything is run.
This harness plugs in right behind the fuse box and there is plenty of room there to modify it. Here's what you are after in that harness.
#1 (yellow wire with orange stripe) Apply 12 volts to lock front locker.
#2 (blue w/ green stripe, yellow w/ light purple stripe) dry contact status for front locker.
#3 (blue w/ green stripe, yellow w/ blue stripe) dry contact status for rear locker.
#4 (yellow w/ white stripe) Apply 12 volts to lock rear locker.
What i'm going to do is separate these 6 wires from the harness and get a 6 pin water tight connector from deutschconnector dot com and put it inline with these wires so that I can plug and unplug them from the truck. Then use one connector as a blank with no pins to plug into the truck side of the harness to keep that sealed up. If I ever sell the truck I can simply unplug my harness and plug the truck back in to take control again. I got the DayStar lower panel and all the required switches to activate them and have status lights. I also got an 80 amp 7 circuit switched fuse block from painless to supply power to this and the PIAAs that I got for the front as well as anything else I add down the road. I'll post more pics and a full wiring diagram after I rewire everything this weekend.