Builds My LC79 build, HZJ79 body, 2uz/A343f UZJ79 (1 Viewer)

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Wiring sorted out and all necessary plugs added to the dash wiring harness to adapt to gauge cluster, wiper/signal stalk, etc. I also added the diff lock wiring harness from the 80 series and center diff lock wiring harness from the 100 series.

Upon testing the gauge cluster, I needed an adapter to get the tach working (Dakota digital), oil pressure wasn’t working and I later found out I had a wire pinned in the wrong location in the cluster. And I had the wrong sending unit (3 wire), got a GrJ79 2 wire and fuel gauge started working.

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Couple short videos. The first vid everything is completed as far as exhaust and everything to make it run properly. As you can see the tach is off, the fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge are not working. I ended up having the wrong sending unit a 3 wire instead of two wire, new 2uz oil pressure sensor, I used the Dakota digital SGI-100BT to calibrate the tach. What’s great is that it bluetooths to your phone and you can make adjustments through your phone to fine tune. Works for the speedo also.









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Great work looks amazing what sending unit did you use for the 2 wires?
 
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Might be what is referred to as "kanban" call tag. Common method used by 1st and even some 2nd tier Toyota parts suppliers. From what I have seen, most kanban call tags are usually 2, 3, or 4 digits long but sometimes it can be longer depending on the supplier. Of course, this is just my own speculation. It may even be a Toyota internal kanban too.

For example...if the Toyota p/n of two different wheels is 42601-0C080 and 42601-0C070, then the kanban might be 0C080 and 0C070.

Think of it as Toyota shorthand. :)
 
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