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quick game of what's this?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by loeky, Aug 14, 2005.

  1. loeky

    loeky

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    hey guys -

    in my attempt to make sure everything on the truck is hooked up [and perferably correctly] i've found a couple stray connectors that i'd like your opinions on. they're disconnected and i can't tell where their home should be.

    a. the photo with the blue box is of a connector near the windshield washer bottle at the firewall. it's red or brown and seems to be currently jammed up with junk. i don't see another end for this to connect to.

    b. here is a blue plug coming off the loom at the igniter along with the other two green connectors. this one may be obvious, but i can't tell and again there's nothing around it to wire into.

    any help on these would be great.

    thanks,
    matt
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  2. Exiled

    Exiled

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    I don't have my own truck to compare, but keep in mind that Toyota used one wiring harness for many different specs, there's always a lot of connectors that are used in one market and not another.

    My FJ62 has a fully manual t-case, no push-button 4WD. One day after parting out a US-spec FJ62, I took the filler plate out of mine and was going to slip in the 4WD button (to use for accessories) and noticed the plug right behind it. I plugged it in and now I have a neat button for rocklights that lights up when you turn the lights on and didn't need an additional hole drilled into the dash.
     
  3. 60wag

    60wag SILVER Star

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    It might be a connection for a power antenna.