To answer the OP's question, Summit Racing has all the adapters and -3AN stainless hoses you need to make nearly any length of brake line.
Here's the -3 to 10mm male/male adapter that works on the calipers:
Here's the -3 to 10mm male/female...
Check your AFM. The relay you hear clicking is probably the Circuit Opening relay, which is activated by the AFM and the starter signal.
Toyota 22RE Air Flow Meter (AFM)
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It's a diagnostic wire. When you connect it to constant 12v power, it engages the relay so the fuel pump will run regardless of key position or ECM.
It's used to test the fuel pump. The ECM only runs the pump for 2 seconds on key up until you start it.
Cliff notes: you can ignore it. :)
My truck is older (79-83) so I don't have the large fusebox under the hood, so mine is tied to an engine fuse (20a) under the dash. The 80a one might work for you.
Any 12v source that stays hot when cranking is fine for this. If it turns off during cranking (like accessories, radio, etc), then...
You don't have to run the wire all the way down to the starter. You could find the crank wire in the Toyota harness in the dash and tap into it there.
The cranking signal is what tells the ECM to start firing injectors, turn on the fuel pump, and set the base timing so the engine will start...
The only wires I have tied from Toyota to GM are...
-12v fused constant from battery to system relay for main system power
-12v switched from Toyota fuse box - Engine fuse is good for this. This will activate the relay named above
-White Tach wire from coil to black wire where Toyota...
Find a junkyard (or even ebay), find a truck with the same motor, and buy the entire wiring harness from it. You'll be better off than trying to figure out how to marry that Painless harness with stock GM wiring with Toyota wiring, etc, etc.
Or, find a good wiring diagram and trace them out...
Early mini truck hubs used 6 bolts to attach the rotor to it, and the wheel studs remained untouched.
Late mini truck hubs used 2 bolts, and all 6 wheel studs pressed through the rotor into the hub.
The late model rotors (2 bolt + 6 stud holes) are cheaper than the early ones, so I've...
Yep, I was at the 2010 Jambo (man it was sloppy, and the trails were in bad shape). Unsure about going back for 2011 though - might be saving my TX trip for the Roundup in March.
I can burn you a chip if you send me a blank one in return for the one I'd be sending you. Moates.net has them for...
Just fine, as long as you don't have too radical of a cam that might screw with the vacuum, but even then you can tweak the ECM to compensate for that.
My next motor will be a 20/22R Cam'd Hybrid, so if you wait long enough, I might have the tuning done by then. ;)
Glad to hear yours is still...
Wheeling, and more wheeling. I'm behind in my wheeling quota. :D
Honestly, it's as done as I really want to make it. I don't plan on linking it, exo'ing it, or cutting it up any than I alreadly have.
One of these days I plan on using that 22R I got from you to build a 20R/22R hybrid.