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I can't find anywhere (searched) if I can just cut the plug out, or do I need to put a resistor in? Engine is takin' apart right now so I can't start it to see if it throws a code.

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Andrew
 
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Leaving the connector unplugged should be the same as cutting it off. If you cut it tape the wires to prevent shorts. No resistor needed. But, why cut it off, just leave it disconnected and remove actuator and rest of the stuff.
 

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^^ why cut it off? just tuck it away neatly somewhere. you never know when you want to revert back. at least if the plug is still there you can just plug it back up. i just don't like hacking up the stock harness unless i really have to but then again thats just me.
 

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Leaving the connector unplugged should be the same as cutting it off. If you cut it tape the wires to prevent shorts. No resistor needed. But, why cut it off, just leave it disconnected and remove actuator and rest of the stuff.
Thanks, I figured it wouldn't throw any codes, but better to check. I am just getting rid of all the stuff I don't use, I have had my Supra just under 5 years and have never used the cruise control, hell I am not sure if it even works:D :D
 
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