FAQ 1995-1997 1FZ-FE FZJ80 OBD2 Main Engine Wiring Harness Connector Information (1 Viewer)

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@Onur - Just like others have said, this post is extremely helpful. I've been searching for this for sometime and glad I came across it.

Does a matching male connector exist for the two following female connectors?

90980-11144 - IAC
90980-10711 - TPS
These are pages from the wiring harness repair manual (RM1022E), which lists all the connectors in use at the time of publication. Page E-34 lists the part number and associated specs. Page G-6 lists the M/F combinations. My guess is the male side isn't/never was available as a separate part, because Toyota specified the IAC with the connector. However, both Toyota and the IAC vendor got the pair from the same manufacturer, so...find the vendor and you'll likely find the connector. Same for the TPS. @Onur would know who the OEM was.

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These are pages from the wiring harness repair manual (RM1022E), which lists all the connectors in use at the time of publication. Page E-34 lists the part number and associated specs. Page G-6 lists the M/F combinations. My guess is the male side isn't/never was available as a separate part, because Toyota specified the IAC with the connector. However, both Toyota and the IAC vendor got the pair from the same manufacturer, so...find the vendor and you'll likely find the connector. Same for the TPS. @Onur would know who the OEM was.

I've searched for other connectors on the harness that may work but have not yet found anything. I would think there is something close that will work but may require trimming a tab or two. Just like the modification needed when using a hazard switch for center diff lock.
 
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I've searched for other connectors on the harness that may work but have not yet found anything. I would think there is something close that will work but may require trimming a tab or two. Just like the modification needed when using a hazard switch for center diff lock.
Possibly, but the easier approach, IMHO, would be as I suggested previously, namely find the OEM and then you'll find the mating connector.
 
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90980-10711: black, 4 pin. For the Throttle position sensor:

View attachment 1418848

90980-10942: gray, 4 wire: for the emission valve set under the intake clamshell:

View attachment 1418850

90980-11428: gray, 1 pin. This is for one of the sensors that run along the LH side of the head at the front. Just can't remember which one. Sorry.

View attachment 1418851

90980-11016: gray, 3 pin:

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90980-10737/11062: Green, 2 pin.

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This one - 90980-11428 is for the Gage Temp Sensor.
 
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Here you go:
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There appear to be two: 10948 and 11074, both sealed (waterproof).
 
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Looks like 11073 would work too. You'd have to buy one to see what "without clamp" means. Or maybe @Onur will tell us.
 
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Also looking for the clip that hold the harness to the middle of the block on the drivers side just past where the ground bolts to the block. Anyone know a part number or what number is on the clip such as “15” or something else? Thanks in advance for the help!
 
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Found out it’s a “22” but trying to find the part number.

Also, looking for the clip that snaps into the back of the alternator that holds the harness with a zip tie. I think it was brown/tan originally.
 

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I need to replace a plug that attaches to a sensor on the transmission hard line. First pic is the location of the sensor, plug is attached but the wiring has pulled out. Second pic is looking at the end of the plug that has separated from the wiring harness. Alternator has nothing to do with this, just a convenient spot to set the plug for the photo.

Part numbers I've come up with are 90980-11025 or 90980-11401 and in looking at diagrams I am uncertain which is correct.

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