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Toyota ISO Adapter Wiring Diagram

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4R Runner 1991-2000 Amazon > 2000 Avensis > 1997 Avensis verso > 2003 Camry > 1991 Carina E > 1988 Celica > 1990 Corolla > 1988 Corolla verso > 2002 Hi-Ace > 1990 Hi-Lux > 1989 Land Cruiser 1984-2002 Lite Ace > 1993 MR2 > 1990 Paseo > 1997 Picnic > 1990 Previa > 1994 RAV-4 > 1994 Starlet 1993-1997 Supra 1986-1996 Tacoma 1995-2001 Yaris > 1999 Reference : AC000005AA If you are interested, contact our sales department : Car kit Parrot Battery Pin Number Couleur Description 1 White Mute In 1 2 Yellow Mute In 2 3 Blue Mute In 3 4 Orange + 12V Memory 5 Green 6 Brown 7 Red + 12 V Permanent 8 Black Masse Car kit Parrot, car’s speakers Pin Number Couleur Description 1 Grey Rear right speaker + 2 White Rear right speaker – 3 Blue Front right speaker + 4 Green Front right speaker – 5 Red Front left speaker + 6 Orange Front left speaker – 7 Bronw Rear left speaker + 8 Black Rear left speaker – Toyota Audio Toyota Supply N° Connector Color Description 2 Toyota 2 Green Rear left speaker + 2 Toyota 1 White Front left speaker + 1 Toyota 1 Grey Front Right speaker + 1 Toyota 2 Violet Rear Right speaker + 3 Toyota 2 Green Black Rear Left speaker – 9 Toyota 1 White Black Front Left speaker – 10 Toyota 1 Grey Black Front Right speaker- 6 Toyota 2 Black Violet Rear Right speaker – N° Connector Color Description 3 Toyota 1 Red +12 V Permanent 4 Toyota 1 Orange +12 Ignition 8 Toyota 1 Black Ground Toyota 1 Toyota 2 Toyota Audio Toyota Supply N° Connector Color Description 2 Toyota 4 Green Rear left speaker + 2 Toyota 3 White Front left speaker + 1 Toyota 3 Grey Front Right speaker + 1 Toyota 4 Violet Rear Right speaker + 3 Toyota 4 Green Black Rear Left speaker – 9 Toyota 3 White Black Front Left speaker – 10 Toyota 3 Grey Black Front Right speaker- 6 Toyota 4 Black Violet Rear Right speaker – N° Connector Color Description 3 Toyota 3 Red +12 V Permanent 4 Toyota 3 Orange +12 Ignition 8 Toyota 3 Black Ground

1991-1992 Toyota MR2 Turbo 1990-1992 Toyota Celica All Trac ECU Pinout Diagram

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A13 Power Ground Chassis ground Ground A14 Power Ground Chassis ground Ground A20 Ignition Control Module Engine speed Speed A26 Power Ground Chassis ground Ground Connector B Pin # Name Function Signal Type B3 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Air temperature sensor signal Analog B4 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Engine coolant temperature sensor signal Analog B5 Knock Sensor Engine knock sensor Knock, Audio B6 Primary 02 Sensor Primary oxygen sensor signal Analog B11 Throttle Position Sensor Throttle position sensor signal Analog B13 MAP Sensor Manifold absolute pressure sensor signal Map min: 4.89 Map max: 1.09 Analog Connector D Pin # Name Function Signal Type D1 Voltage Back Up Permanent 12V Power D4 Brake Switch Brake switch signal Analog D9 Vehicle Speed Sensor Vehicle speed sensor signal Speed D12 Power Source 12V switched Power D13 Power Source 12V switched

TOYOTA PRIUS FOG LIGHT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Remove the negative battery terminal Installation 1. Secure the relay to the next to the fuse block with wire ties 2. Attach the ring terminal with 2 black wires to ground 3. Attach fog light 12v red wire to open spade inside the fuse block as shown in picture 1 Picture 1 4. Locate the large vehicle harness grommet on the left side. Cut the auxiliary wiring access nipple off the grommet and push small 2-wire connector through firewall. Note: Extra caution should be taken not to damage connector 5. Run wires along the driver side of the engine compartment. Secure with wire ties as needed 6. From inside the cabin remove dash panels and locate the little small connector that was pushed through in step 4. Plug it to the switch harness. 7. T-tap orange/black wire from fog light harness to connector 2C pin 32 green wire. Pin 32 is on the left side of the connector 7th pin up from bottom of the connector. Connector 2C located left of the steering column above big white wire picture 2 Picture 2 8. T-Tap green/black wire from fog light harness to connector L47 pin 11, pink wire (it is the last pin to the left). Connector L47 is on the steering column and plugs into the headlight control arm picture 3 Picture 3 9. Mount switch into switch knockout of dash (picture 4) FOG LIGHT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS TPR-301 TOYOTA PRIUS 2010+ Picture 4 10. Install switch harness 11. Reinstall dash panels 12. Route the fog light wire under car. 13. Remove fog light cover plates and lower splash shields 14. Mount fog lights into bezel by sliding fog light tabs into slots and secure other side with supplied screw (see picture 5) Picture 5 15. Install both fog light bezels 16. Plug in left side fog light into harness plug 17. Run right fog light wire harness and plug into right fog light. Secure with wire ties 18. Reattach the lower splash shields

2006 TOYOTA YARIS ELECTRONIC CRUISE CONTROL KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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TOYOTA YARIS 2006 ELECTRONIC CRUISE KIT Section II – Installation Procedure Form #5007, Rev. B, 05-23-06 Page 2 of 7 Section II – Installation Procedure A. Pre-Installation Suggestions 1. It is advisable to disconnect the negative battery cable for 3 minutes before beginning installation, to avoid unintended air bag deployment. Note and record any anti-theft radio codes prior to disconnecting . (figure 1) 2. Remove driver side small object box, lower dash panel, and steering column cover for easy access. B. Install Electronic Modules 1. There are two electronic modules. The larger one is the Cruise Control Module and the smaller one is the Switch Interface Module . 2. Apply the larger supplied piece of double- sided adhesive tape to the Cruise Control Module, and the smaller piece of double-sided tape to the Switch Interface Module. 3. Assemble 20-pin connector from Main Wiring Harness onto mating connector of Cruise Control Module. Apply the 10 and 4 pin connectors from Pedal Interface Harness to mating connector on Switch Interface Module. Warning: Be sure to use the 4 pin connector that is on the same side of the wire harness fuse as the 10 pin connector. Failure to do so could damage vehicle’s ECM. See the picture insert in Figure 2 for further guidance. 4. Locate the linked harness between the Cruise Control and Switch Interface Modules. Connect the four pin mating connectors. 5. Place the Cruise Control Module on the back side of the main J/B. Then place the Switch Interface Module on the inside wall of the driver-side dash left of the J/B .(figure 2,3) 6. Route the Pedal Interface Harness through steering column and down to the accelerator .(figure 4 ) TOYOTA YARIS 2006 ELECTRONIC CRUISE KIT Section II – Installation Procedure Form #5007, Rev. B, 05-23-06 Page 3 of 7 7. Locate the 6 pin plug and mate connectors on the Pedal Interface Harness. Remove the accelerator 6-pin connector and apply to mating connector of the Pedal Interface Harness. Apply the other connector to the accelerator .(figure 5) C. Wiring Connections (figures 6-12) 1. Use the supplied self-stripping connectors (T- taps) from hardware pack to apply a T-tap onto the following J/B wires

1995-1996 Toyota Avalon Factory Disarm Installation Manual

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There is only one way to bypass the factory alarm on this vehicle. All other conventional methods (such as finding the wire that runs from the driver’s door lock cylinder), will disarm and unlock the doors. To disarm the alarm only, you’ll need to find the 18 AWG. Red/ Yellow wire that runs from the ignition switch. This wire can be identified by making sure it is negative while the key is in the run position. When found connect the A White/Black Ignition 3 wire to the Red/Yellow wire. This will now disarm but not unlock the door’s. All Nissan Altima and Toyota Tercel vehicles share a similar problem. If these vehicles are not started using the ignition key, two terminals of the ignition key cylinder overlap causing a feedback condition to occur when the vehicle’s true ignition wire is powered up by the AutoCommand®. Essentially, when the main ignition in these vehicles is powered, voltage feeds backwards through the ignition cylinder back out to the starter wire resulting in the starter holding on. The solution is to interrupt the START wire(s) using a relay, preventing this feedback after the AutoCommand® has started the car. The diagram on the next page details the relay layout for solving this problem on these vehicles