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post #16 of 148 (permalink) Old 01-23-2012, 08:48 PM
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Just remove them.

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You can just remove the lines and cap the nipple sticking out of the radiator after you flush it out (optional)

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How about the Auto transmission oil cooler pipes that connect to the radiator? Do those just get removed or does the manual have a place for them? I didn't see anything in the shop manual about it.

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How about the Auto transmission oil cooler pipes that connect to the radiator? Do those just get removed or does the manual have a place for them? I didn't see anything in the shop manual about it.
Yes i removed those, i let the fluid drain and then tied them off just incase any fluid was still in there it would make a mess. The manual transmission does not have cooling lines like the automatic.

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Questions!

For no. 3 you said cut B13 (pink) and wire to cruise control clutch switch...where is that switch? There's no other mention of it or diagram.

For no. 4 I'm assuming you're cutting B11 and putting in the wire directly from the cluster...not leaving the existing B11 wire (yellow w/blue stripe) connected and simply tapping into it?

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Questions!

For no. 3 you said cut B13 (pink) and wire to cruise control clutch switch...where is that switch? There's no other mention of it or diagram.

For no. 4 I'm assuming you're cutting B11 and putting in the wire directly from the cluster...not leaving the existing B11 wire (yellow w/blue stripe) connected and simply tapping into it?

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Hey Migs,

#3 I actually did take a picture but you probably didn't recognize it, it is the last one before #4. it was a bitch to take a picture of the cruise control clutch switch after it was installed, it is at the top of the assembly buried behind stuff. look at the other picture i have for reference





#4 there is not a wire in b11 on ecu for automatics. you must insert pin, also there is not a wire on back of cluster a13. you should see the hole between pink and yellow/green stripe wires. remember the diagram earlier in thread for speed.

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A/T ----------> ECU.
Trac ----------> Combo meter
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M/T ----------> Combo meter
Combo Meter ----------> ECU

Here is a link to the 02 and ecu pin out. Remember when looking at the diagram it is oriented from the bottom of the harness, NOT looking from the top.

http://my.is/forums/attachments/f88/...ecu_pinout.zip

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#3: aaaaah ok I remember that now. I completely forgot there's another switch at the top of the pedal!

#4: I must be crazy but after counting again and again the only free spot I could find was B12 not B11. I'll check the pinout diagram you attached later tonight.


Thanks again for all your help!

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Also... What did you use to unlock the pin from the ECU harness? A needle? the hole is incredibly small.

And will a pin from another Toyota harness work (like the one used for the combo meter)? I'm using an FJ wiring harness as a donor and there aren't any harnesses on it with pins as small as the IS' ECU

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#3: aaaaah ok I remember that now. I completely forgot there's another switch at the top of the pedal!

#4: I must be crazy but after counting again and again the only free spot I could find was B12 not B11. I'll check the pinout diagram you attached later tonight.

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You actually started to make me crazy to because I was looking at mine trying to figure it out, I forgot that the diagram was from the bottom view.

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Also... What did you use to unlock the pin from the ECU harness? A needle? the hole is incredibly small.

And will a pin from another Toyota harness work (like the one used for the combo meter)? I'm using an FJ wiring harness as a donor and there aren't any harnesses on it with pins as small as the IS' ECU
I spent probably a hour trying to get those pins out of the ecu. Needles and everything. I ended up using some other pins from a old radio harness for the ecu. And then some pins from the old automatic gear selector, for the combo meter. Finding the right pins was the hardess part.

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Aw crap.

Thanks! Haha

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Youre gonna love this question...

Where is the reverse switch on the tranny? I can't see it anywhere as I look under the car...it's not on top of the tranny is it? Oh god.

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Where is the reverse switch on the tranny? I can't see it anywhere as I look under the car...it's not on top of the tranny is it? Oh god.

Its the only wire hanging off the transmission, Lucky you i have spare in the garage to take a snap shot of. left hand or driver side of transmission, how is the rest of the wiring going?


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Ya...I see no hanging wires. I think it may have been broken off by the previous owner when he took it out of his wrecked car.

Got the pins for the ecu from a junk harness at a Toyota dealer in town... So I'm looking pretty good now.

More updates coming!

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Ya...I see no hanging wires. I think it may have been broken off by the previous owner when he took it out of his wrecked car.

Got the pins for the ecu from a junk harness at a Toyota dealer in town... So I'm looking pretty good now.

More updates coming!
I can probably take mine of the spare and sell it to you cheap. Let me know if you want it. Just make sure those pins are tight. I had one guy using pins he thought were the right ones, and he kept saying the wiring wasn't working I told him his pins were probably to big, when he finally changed them it worked perfect.

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All is well!

Turns out I'm just blind and didn't see the that the wiring harness for the reverse switch was just caught up and buried in the tunnel on the left side of the tranny. I had been focusing all my attention on what I now know is the speed sensor (that doesn't get used) on the right side of the tranny as I couldn't see anything else when I first searched. What a waste of time!

The pin I got for the ECU was correct too.

The first drive was a RIOT. Had the car sideways instantly around every turn as I could finally rev it out. Unfortunately the CEL came back on after about 10 min of driving although with no change in performance. I suspect it's a fouled O2 sensor as the car has never been driven so hard in its life. I'll check it out once I get the chance.

Last thing to do is connect the cruise control wiring and finish cleaning up all the other wires but for now the car is finally running near perfectly and my moms ecstatic. Just need to wire up Token Solutions' Trac Off memory module too...

Thank you sooo much for your help Curran! I'll be sending you a PM soon

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