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PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 2:38 am    Post subject: PLEASE HELP!!!!! Reply with quote

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I dont know the toyota codes for pin points in B1 and my connector has 2 black/red wires. one small guage one medium guage. which one is the ecu main power? Also my B1 connector has a black/white wire and a black/ blue wire with red dots which is the starter wire?

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Near my C1 conector and "check connector" there is a round connector with 4 wires orange/black, black,yellow and red. What is this connector for?

Any help would be great Cheers
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Take an ohm meter, and look at the black/red wire on the largest ECU connector, then you can figure out which black/red wire on the B1 connector goes to the ECU for B+.

I can never remember which one is starter, but it seems that you have an auto harness? If so, you will need to connect the 2 wires down at the tranny connector, and then just supply 12v to each one to see if it works.

The round connector is for the injector resistor...YOU NEED THIS!!

Hope this helps.
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