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Engineer8000

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I have service manuals for all of the radios used in the 70s and 80s Toyota cars and trucks. I stock the common repair parts.


If you have any other old electronics needing repaired, lets talk.

Russ Cusick
President, Cape Fear Electronics LLC
 
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OEM Radios have electrolytic capacitors replaced. I-F and R-F aligned per the factory procedure. Clean/lubricate the mechanical tuning mechanism.

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Your "restored" radio could look like this inside

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2F Emission computer lineup. This is the best info I could find. All available, fully tested.

76 89550-60060
Large black rectangular metal case with 17 pin connector, 11 wires

77 89550-60080 (60090 cali)
Small silver metal case with 9 pin connector, 4 wires

78 89550-60100 (60110 cali)
Slightly larger silver metal case with 13 pin connector, 8 wires

79, 80 89550-60120
Plastic box with model information molded in, with 13 pin connector, 10 wires

81+ 89550-60130
Plastic box with decal, 13 pin connector with 11 wires

left to right oldest to newest

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Adding these, left to right

72-74 89550-60011
Black metal box with six pin connector

75 89550-60031
Black metal box with 17 pin connector

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California Spec

89550-60020 73-75

89550-60040, 60041 75

89550-60090 76-78

89550-60110 77-80 - I can make these based on the 78 federal computer
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Another fine example of "restored" parts. Very nice paint on the outside, two of the solenoid valves don't work. Beware of restored electrical parts that don't state they have been tested and verified functional.

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I had never seen this thread. Fantastic work. @Engineer8000! I’ve been really curious about installing toggle switches on the 60 Series emissions computer for switching between automatic control (stock) and manual defeat of some systems, such as the EGR VSV signal. Ever given though to something like that?

I recently sold @ChaserFJ60 a Toyota-branded Fujitsu-Ten cassette deck that’s a bit of a mystery. I had it working up to the point of finding the pinch roller damaged. Couldn’t find an appropriate replacement, but now that it’s in Chase’s hands maybe you could help!
 
I had never seen this thread. Fantastic work. @Engineer8000! I’ve been really curious about installing toggle switches on the 60 Series emissions computer for switching between automatic control (stock) and manual defeat of some systems, such as the EGR VSV signal. Ever given though to something like that?

I recently sold @ChaserFJ60 a Toyota-branded Fujitsu-Ten cassette deck that’s a bit of a mystery. I had it working up to the point of finding the pinch roller damaged. Couldn’t find an appropriate replacement, but now that it’s in Chase’s hands maybe you could help!
It would be easy enough to install a switch panel between the computer and harness, the plugs are available. It would take three switches to open circuit each of the three VSVs.
Do you know the model number of the cassette player? Is it this one?

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Several generic size pinch rollers are available, might get lucky with that. I think they were used generically in early 80s cars and trucks. I had one in my 81 mini truck.
I was told it came out of a mini truck, but I’ve seen photos of one in a late 70s Celica too.

For what it’s worth, it fits exactly into the “useless sandwich pocket” of a 60 series dash. The mounting bracket needed a slight tweak if so recall correctly, but otherwise it was a dead on flush fit.
 

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