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    Finding Part numbers for MK3 connectors.

    Hi all,

    I'm looking for part numbers for the connectors for a mk3. Where can I find them? The TWED, just tells you the name of the connector like B1 ect.

    I'm looking for the ABS sensor female side connector 1N and the B connector for reverse lightsabs.jpgreverse.jpg
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    All of the connectors have a tiny 5-digit number printed on them, which starts with a 1. If you don't have the connector, look for the number on its mate. The mates are ususally 1 digit higher or lower. Once you have that number, you prefix it with 90980- and you have the Toyota part number for it, i.e. 90980-1xxxx.
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    Not sure about those connectors specifically but you should find lots of early Toyotas with the same clips, and other makes that the company also supplied, like Honda and possibly Mazda from the same era as well. This is the case for even ECU clips and engine harness clips, but sometimes their pins would be different so keep an eye out for that possibility as well. Not to mention the R154 came in a variety of other makes and models as well.


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    What bitshftr said about the number being on the connector is generally true but what I have seen with older vehicles is it's not always there. I work at a dealership and I'm on vacation this week but when I get back Monday if you haven't found a number I'll look in the books and see if I can find something.

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    From what I can find it looks like your numbers are 90980-10496 for the reverse lights and 90980-10432 for the ABS.

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    Thanks so much guys for the help supposedbigfoot.
    How did you find them?

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    You trying to buy some new ones from toyota? I haven't asked Dr Tweak in awhile but i know hes got the biggest stockpile of connectors :-)
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    I work in parts at a Toyota dealership. We have a book that is just connectors housings so I just matched the connector in your pics.
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    yes i'm trying to buy them, I need the one for the ABS, becuase I can't find the male connector I don't know what I did with it but I misplaced mine and don't have a replacement connector and do not want to cut and use a new connector, I'd rather use the original.

    I found the reverse sensor terminal at cycleterminal.com they have just about every connector and pins to rewire everything. What turned out to be changing a few wires turned out to a complete harness revamp lol. I replaced every connector and any crusty wires. I then use non-adhesive vinyl for a wrap around the wires and then cover that with TechFlex from wirecare.

    It's looking really sharp, I just gotta finish the last 2 bits.

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    I just got done stripping an 86 NA it's on it's way to becoming a drag car. If you need clips let me know as I am posting everything for sale on C list real cheap.

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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0...jFLTklaSGNDTmM

    Female- 90980-10432 pg 130
    Male- 90980-104336 pg 295
    Terminals - pg 326


    Female- 90980-10496 pg 78
    Male - 90980-10495 pg 261

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    I went through this when I built my harness a few years back. Toyota has a few of them still and as earlier stated there is a part number embossed on some connectors. Many connectors are discontinued and unavailable through Toyota even if you can find that number, but they can be found through other online vendors as the actual manufacturer part. Toyota doesn't make any of the connectors (at least that I found) so you have to determine the actual manufacturer. Tyco/TE and Sumitomo seem to have made most the connectors/terminals.

    I got a lot of the info used for my build documented, but never cleaned it up enough to be presentable. It's a TON of work to track down some of them. I was never able to find the M1 connector...

    Good luck!

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    M1 90980 -10830

    I got a new one thru toyota about a year ago. Lower left

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    yotaconnectors has some of the connectors, driftmotion has some others. Eastern Beaver sells some that look similar, the Sumitomo lines http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...ed/sealed.html

    Mouser has the ECU connectors:
    ECU 52 pin:
    http://ca.mouser.com/Search/ProductD...ey571-172319-7
    Harness connectors are in the same TE AMP line, 12pin, 16pin, and 24pin IIRC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bmettie View Post
    M1 90980 -10830

    I got a new one thru toyota about a year ago. Lower left
    I can't seem to find that as a Toyota part number. Was your local dealer able to get it or did that require some digging? We are talking about the 10 pin connector in the ECU area (but not attached to the ECU), right? I can't really see anything in the pic.

    That album has some good looking harness making pics though!


    Quote Originally Posted by Enraged View Post
    yotaconnectors has some of the connectors, driftmotion has some others. Eastern Beaver sells some that look similar, the Sumitomo lines http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...ed/sealed.html

    Mouser has the ECU connectors:
    ECU 52 pin:
    http://ca.mouser.com/Search/ProductD...ey571-172319-7
    Harness connectors are in the same TE AMP line, 12pin, 16pin, and 24pin IIRC
    What?! Awesome! I'll be picking up one of those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprarx7nut View Post
    I can't seem to find that as a Toyota part number. Was your local dealer able to get it or did that require some digging? We are talking about the 10 pin connector in the ECU area (but not attached to the ECU), right? I can't really see anything in the pic.

    That album has some good looking harness making pics though!
    Thanks, I'm very happy how the harness came out when I was complete.

    My Bad, My 91 M1 connector is an 11 pin with that PN. The earlier M1's are 10 pin like what you need and that PN is 90980-10469 pg 124 Here https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0...jFLTklaSGNDTmM

    I got my Toyota connectors through Curt @ Elmurst. He may have had an unconventional way of finding them but he did.


    This is what I put together when I built my harness.
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=14L...dNHkepgys2jp4U
    Last edited by Bmettie; 06-04-2016 at 05:53 AM.

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    Thats some nice info on that spreadsheet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprarx7nut View Post
    What?! Awesome! I'll be picking up one of those!
    im not sure if thats the 88 or 89+ one though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bmettie View Post
    Thanks, I'm very happy how the harness came out when I was complete.

    My Bad, My 91 M1 connector is an 11 pin with that PN. The earlier M1's are 10 pin like what you need and that PN is 90980-10469 pg 124 Here https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0...jFLTklaSGNDTmM

    I got my Toyota connectors through Curt @ Elmurst. He may have had an unconventional way of finding them but he did.


    This is what I put together when I built my harness.
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=14L...dNHkepgys2jp4U
    Thanks for the number! Unfortunately a quick google search leads to a thread with Curt on here saying they're discontinued and not in the system anymore. Oh well.

    Nice info, that's awesome. One of my "eventually" projects is to create a solid info database for wiring the mk3 engine harness (7MGTE). It's a lot of work to track down all the various terminals and connectors.


    Quote Originally Posted by Enraged View Post
    im not sure if thats the 88 or 89+ one though
    For $20, that's a worthwhile gamble for me! I'd love to make a good patch harness to use with piggybacks that doesn't require hacking the factory harness.

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    Found another one: https://www.efihardware.com/products...ota-Connectors

    If you have plugs but need to repin everything with new wire, this would be helpful: https://www.efihardware.com/products...-EFI-Pin-Kit-1

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