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First off, I searched, Will a JDM Wire harness for the 7MGTE fit into a USDM MKIII? I've heard that the JDM ones are shorter or something because they are RHD, Is this true?
 

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1988SupraDreams said:
First off, I searched, Will a JDM Wire harness for the 7MGTE fit into a USDM MKIII? I've heard that the JDM ones are shorter or something because they are RHD, Is this true?
^ They're different. The JDM harness goes straight in thru the firewall near where our brake booster is where as the USDM runs along the firewall and enters in on "our pass. side".
Here's the proof:
LH USDM

http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/EPC/MKIII_NATO/291420/8202_1.html
http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/EPC/MKIII_NATO/parts/82121.html

RH JDM
http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/EPC/MKIII/291220/8202_1.html
http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/EPC/MKIII/parts/82121.html

Mike
 

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Okay, so what does all this mumbo jumbo mean? MA70..LB..MTM..TWC..USA :::: Chassis, ?, Manual, ?, USDM...
 

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Dim Dip is like daytime running lights, sort of. The low beams are run at 10-20% of their normal power rating. It was a UK thing on cars made after April, 1987 IIRC, I think they stopped using them now.
 

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Jeff Lange said:
Dim Dip is like daytime running lights, sort of. The low beams are run at 10-20% of their normal power rating. It was a UK thing on cars made after April, 1987 IIRC, I think they stopped using them now.
How about my question? Lol
 

· Dr. Jeff Lange
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MA70 = Obvious
MTM = Manual Tranny
ATM = Auto Tranny
TWC = Twin Cam (N/A)
TWT = Twin Cam Turbo
CND = Canada
USA = USA
4FC = Auto Tranny
5F = Manual Tranny
LB = Liftback (Hardtop)
SPR = Sport Roof (Targa)
 

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For Non-NATO catalogs:

ARL = Australia
EUR = Europe
C = Europe (w/ Catalyzer)
EUG = Europe General
GEN = "General Countries" (European/Middle East)
SDZ = Sweden, Switzerland, Austria
GCC = Gulf Corporation Council
V = Gulf Corporation Council
SA = South Africa

LHD = Left Hand Drive
RHD = Right Hand Drive
 

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So the original question, will a JDM harness fit into my USDM MK3?
 

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I figured... Looks like I have to buy a new harness along with my other stuff... whee...
 

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A simple no would have sufficed. Thanks for the info.
 

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I'm just gonna get a USDM harness.
 
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