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Toyota Hybrid Highlander Rear View Camera Installation Manual

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Remove the cap and the bolt holding the upper left side, rear seat belt holder and pull the panel partially free. Remove the push clips visible on the edge of the headliner and pull down the edge of the headliner so that you can begin routing your cables. Bring the camera wire from your harness around to the larger rubber boot connecting the hatch wiring to the interior of the car. Manipulate the camera connector up through this rubber boot. Take your time : ) Once through, make your connection to the cable from the license plate camera to complete this phase. Route your cable down the left side and out near the area behind the tail light. This is where we will make the connections for camera power and ground. The wiring harness for your camera contains connectors and wire taps so that no wires will need to be cut during installation. The wire taps are designed to simply fold around a wire, and when squeezed together with a pair of pliers, create a convenient connection for your harness wires to plug into. Locate the wires behind the clear reverse tail light. Place wire taps on both wires of its connector ( PINK and WHITE W/BLACK STRIPE ) Plug the wires from the camera harness into the appropriate wire tap. The GROUND wire from your camera harness pugs into the WHITE W/BLACK STRIPE wire and the 12V/REVERSE wires are both plugged into taps on the PINK wire. You may find it more convenient to place a tap on one of the power wires of the camera harness to connect them both together, and then place a single tap on the PINK wire to make your connection to. The additional lengths of camera harness wiring may be stored inside this panel area. Next, the video cable from the camera is routed to the front of the vehicle. This is accomplished by lifting out the rear cup holder and pulling the cable up and through to the front of the vehicle. There is a bolt on the front of the cup holder panel and then it can be lifted out. Tuck the wire under the edge of the trim panels along the doors as you bring the video cable up to the front of the car. The trim panel should be pulled up at the driver area to allow the kickpanel up front to be pulled free. Again, no screws are holding these panels in place and are simply pulled free with your fingertips.

2005 Toyota Prius CAN-View module Installation Manual

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I have seat covers on my Prius, which has a flap that extends under the back of the seat to attach with a Velcro strap. This crowds the CAN-View box if it is placed on top of the Nav box, as suggested in the installation instructions, as shown in the following: So I decided to put the CAN-View box in front of the Nav box, attached with Velcro (just the prickly part) to the rug. This shows the seat leaned back to give room to get to the plugs on the Nav box and more room to install the OBD cable under the dash. This shows how easy it is now, with the seat leaned back, to get to the cables in front of the Nav box. The gray wire on the large white plug to be tapped is just below the blue wire. It can be pulled away from the other wires just enough to attach the tap. The small white plug to the left of the large white plug is the one that is to be removed to plug into the CAN-View box. (This is the MFD connection to the Nav box which will become the MFD connection to the CAN-View.) Then the small white plug on the other CAN-View cable is to be plugged into the Nav plug that was unplugged from the Nav box. (The MFD connection is channeled through the CAN-View and then back out to the Nav box.)

TOYOTA COROLLA ,MATRIX ,TACOMA ,TUNDRA ,PRIUS CRUISE CONTROL KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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BATTERY REMOVAL 1. REMOVE THE REAR FLOORBOARD SHOWN IN FIGURE 1 . 2. REMOVE THE DECK FLOOR BOX REAR SHOWN IN FIGURE 2 . 3. REMOVE THE REAR FLOORBOARD SHOWN IN FIGURE 3 . 4. DISCONNECT THE CABLE FROM THE NEGATIVE TERMINAL OF THE 12 V BATTERY AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 4. CAUTION: ENSURE THAT BATTERY HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FOR MORE THAN 90 SECONDS PRIOR TO REMOVAL OFAIRBAG ; FAILURE TO HEED THIS WARNING MAY RESULT INAIRBAG DISCHARGE AND MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH . FIGURE 1 FIGURE 2 FIGURE 3 FIGURE 4 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 CONTROL SWITCH LOCATION : RIGHT SIDE STEERING WHEEL COVER 1. DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE FROM BATTERY 2. REMOVE A IRBAG BY RELEASING SIDE PANELS FROM STEER – INGWHEELAND EXTRACTING THE TWO 30 TORX SCREWS AS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 5. 3. UTILIZE SMALL SCREWDRIVER TO REMOVE AIRBAGCONNEC – TORS AS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 6. 4. USING THE SWITCH HOLE CUTTING TEMPLATES ON PAGE 15, PLACE THE TEMPLATE ON THE INSIDE OF THE TRIM PIECE AS SHOWN AND DRILL TWO (2) 5 MM (13/64″) HOLES AND ONE (1) 8 MM (11/32″) HOLE . ANOTHER SET OF HOLES WILL NEED TO BE DRILLED FOR TACOMA AND PRIUS FIGURES 8-11.

EGO DASH TS Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit Installation Guide

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EGOCorp USA 8820 Kenamar Drive, Ste. 506 San Diego, CA 92121 Page 1 ofon should 2 Version 1.3 Phone +1 (858) 566-2159 Fax +1 (858) 566-2179 www.egocorpusa.com EGO DASH TS Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit Installation Guide WARNING: We recommend disconnecting the vehicles battery prior to the installation. The installatibe only performed by professional installers. Improper installation may void the vehicles and EGO DASH TS warranty. EGO DASH TS Installation Steps 1. Remove head unit (Consult with owner’s and shop manual) 2. Disconnect factory wiring harness from head unit 3. Connect EGO DASH TS Wiring Harness to the head unit Wiring Harness A Locate
amplifier (Most Lexus ? behind glove box; Toyota Land Cruiser ? under drivers or passengers seat). Connect male and female 16-pin connectors between amplifier and the vehicle’s wiring harness. Connect Yellow Mute wire: Lexus ? pin 7 on the 18-pin connector; Land Cruiser ? pin 3 on the 25-pin connector (amplifier). Connect Blue Ignition wire (male bullet connector): Lexus ? pin 16 on the 16-pin connector (female bullet connector); Land Cruiser ? pin 20 on the 25-pin connector (amplifier). Wiring Harness B The normal location of the mute is pin 4 (x) on the 6-pin connector. However, on some rare factory head units, the mute pin might be pin 5. The mute pin on the head unit should show ~ 5 volts when the head unit is turned on. Wiring Harness C Connect the male and female ISO connectors, if they are not already connected. Splice the gray wires (only!) into the loudspeaker wiring, going from the amplifier to the center or door loudspeaker. The 2 female bullet connectors go to the loudspeaker. The 2 male bullet connectors go to the amplifier. The 4 white wires are not used! Connect the yellow mute (“Mute Signal”) cable (male bullet connector) on the ISO Harness coming from the EGO DASH TS brain to “Mute 2″ (white cable – female bullet connector), if not already connected. Wiring Harness D Please contact EGO Technical Support at (858) 566-2170 (9AM-5PM PST) or support@egohandsfree.com . 4. Connect EGO DASH TS Wiring Harness to the vehicle’s wiring harness (One or more of the connectors might be not used, depending on the vehicle’s configuration) 5. Connect the EGO DASH TS Wiring Harness to the EGO DASH TS control box (16pin Molex) 6. Install the EGO DASH TS switch insert into the desired location (knockout) 7. Connect the EGO DASH TS switch with the EGO DASH TS box (Use the included extension cable if necessary) 8. Install the EGO Microphone into the desired location (e.g. the rear view mirror. DO NOT install the microphone on or near vehicles’ safety systems, like the airbag) 9. Test the EGO DASH TS: a. Reconnect the battery and turn on the ignition of the vehicle b. Pair a Bluetooth mobile phone with the EGO DASH TS (Pin code: “0000″) c. Turn on the head unit and select a radio station; Make sure you can hear the radio through the cars’ speakers; Adjust audio volume if necessary

Toyota Prius GEN 2 Driver Side Extender Guide Installation Manual

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Installation Guide: Thank you for purchasing extendmyseat brackets. Please follow the directions carefully and within 30 minutes you will be loving your new seats. Inventory in Box: 2- extendmyseat brackets 4- black 3/8 stainless bolts What you will need for assembly: 1- socket wrench 1- 9/16 socket 1- Metric 13 socket (Prius uses metric bolts however a 9/16 works) 1- 9/16 flat wrench 1- protective eyewear Step 1- Remove the 2 Black extendmyseat brackets from the packaging and locate the 4 black 3/8″ provided bolts. Step 2- Go to your vehicle with a socket wrench and a 9/16 socket, eye protection and your keys. Remember to turn off your cabin lights. Step 3- Locate the 4 factory bolts that hold your drivers seat to the vehicle. Take your socket wrench and loosen the 4 factory bolts. (2 in the front and 2 behind your seat, go to rear seat to locate) Remove the 2 plastic guards to locate the 2 rear factory bolts. Remove the 4 factory bolts and set them aside Step 4- Unplug the 3 factory cables plugged into your car seat under the front portion of the seat. No tools required. Remember to plug these back in after you have completed the install. Step 5- Remove your car seat carefully. (Approx weight is 25 pounds) Step 6- Place your driver’s seat on a bench or on the ground on a clean sheet, towel etc…(don’t want to et it dirty) Step 7- Grab the 2 extendmyseat brackets Step 8- Lay down the 2 black brackets inside your vehicle and line up the 4 hole location. Start with the front 2 holes. Finger tighten the 2 front factory bolts into the 2 front EMS bracket holes. Now line up the 2 rear holes and finger tighten the 2 remaining factory bolts. Finger tighten all 4 holes with seat still out o f the Step 9- place drivers seat back into the vehicle. Line up drivers seat front holes with EMS front holes. Finger tighten front 2 feet with provided EMS bolts. Press seat lever and slide seat to the most up front position. Go to back seat and screw down the remaining 2 factory feet with the factory bolts. Then the 2 remaining EMS bolts into the remaining 2 EMS holes. Place the 3rd EMS bolt into the (B) bracket and the 4th and final bolt into the (A) bracket closest to the outside of the vehicle. Step 10- ONCE ALL 8 BOLTS ARE FINGER TIGHT; NOW COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION BY SECURING THE 8 BOLTS (4 factory and 4 EMS). CHECK TO MAKE SURE ALL 8 BOLTS ARE NOW TIGHT AND SECURE.