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    Connector pins for 7m-GTE harness

    This is going to be a list of places that you can purchase Toyota wiring harness parts.

    Here are the best sources I like to use.

    http://cycleterminal.com/
    Great on pricing fast shipping, lots of other non-Toyota connectors which help for other things like if you are using Greddy gauges and what not, you can find the connectors here for them. (in my case the solenoid and pressure sensor connectors for the profec e01) Harder to navigate simply because they do have a list of what parts for the supra specifically the parts are used for. Like their tools provide great crimps for me

    https://www.corsa-technic.com/
    Another good source for all sorts of connectors. Again not supra specific but have a verity of everything.

    http://www.yotaconnectors.com
    Great place supra specific, not a huge selection yet.

    http://www.wiringspecialties.com/
    Lots of hard to find harness connectors, but very pricey

    http://www.driftmotion.com/
    Good list of commonly used connectors, but not a full list. Mostly JZ specifc

    http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...-MT/sm-mt.html
    Great selection and lots of crimping tools

    http://www.dealerquickparts.net/Clist.aspx
    Use this site to find the connector part number and who makes it, very handy. Many connectors have the part number on the back but not the full Toyota part number. This will help you find that.

    http://kinkong-connector.com/
    Just found the holy grail of connectors from china, where all these guys get their connectors

    Also see this thread.

    https://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho...erminals-etc-)
    Last edited by ZaZZn; 05-26-2018 at 05:58 AM.
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    A couple other good ones.

    https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/in...5h0uu5g90uc1g1
    http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/main.html
    https://www.waytekwire.com/products?clear=true

    And as far as connectors I just built my harness a year-ish ago, and I was able to source alot of the connectors straight through Toyota. Well, Curt was able to anyways, he had back door connections to the underground gangs in Japan that were hording all the connectors. He found them, i didn't care how he did, but he did.

    Toyota Wiring
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    My documentation from my 91 Harness
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    So I found the grommet number of the stock wire harness, but never have been able to find a replacement with the part number. Anyone actually ever found a real replacement part?

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    This is really good info...with the newest of our cars being 25 years old...they are crusty!

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    Update on the firewall grommet, I went to the pick and pull, found the Camery from 90's has the same sized firewall grommet, except it has a longer neck. Works perfectly! Scooped out a few just for good cause.

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    Good info...I'll have to look for them!

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    i have been purchasing everything i can connector/pin/body wise but everything already posted is everything i have been able to find in the last year or 2. ill dig after work and see if i can find anything not already here... let me see what i can dig up
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    Anyone know who makes the TPS connector for the 7m? It's odd since it has a metal push fitting. Once I know the brand we can figure out the series. Drift motion has some serious markup on some of the items. Like the Pins are 50 cents for the wire seals where as corsa or cycle terminal are like 10 cents. Makes a difference if you are wiring the whole harness again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZaZZn View Post
    Anyone know who makes the TPS connector for the 7m? It's odd since it has a metal push fitting. Once I know the brand we can figure out the series. Drift motion has some serious markup on some of the items. Like the Pins are 50 cents for the wire seals where as corsa or cycle terminal are like 10 cents. Makes a difference if you are wiring the whole harness again.
    The TPS connector is this one http://www.yotaconnectors.com/product-p/yc-4p-7mtps.htm . I bought the TPS one on sale for $2 but I had to cut out a small notch in it for it to work but that one also works as well if you go that route. I also ordered a bunch of small pins and their prices are much better on that site as well.

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    Found this firewall grommet. Anyone using one?
    http://technicoracing.com/cs/index.p...product_id=336

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    It's nice but that connector is very expensive and doesn't have enough pins for me since I'm 2jz. If i'm going standalone sure.

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    Post a pic of the CSI...

    **EDIT**

    Found the mk3 DL 4 pin resistor pack connectors

    https://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/E...DS-S/ds-s.html

    That connector above looks pretty sick!! But I need more than 55 wires unless you remove a lot of wires off the stock 2jz ECU and are not running stock twins.
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    Has anyone been able to find the gray ecu connector terminals? The link referenced above mentioned yellow ecu terminals.

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    The pins are the same between the two connectors (yellow and gray).

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