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69FJ40 2LTE transplant

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  • Toyota Model
    FJ40
  • Toyota Year
    1969
  • Location
    Other Non-Australia

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    Dave

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  1. Trying to find complete engine bay fuse box (w/ relays & fuses) for '97 to 05' Diesel Surf 2.4L-TE w/Automatic Trans. Will consider engine compartment wiring harness also.
  2. FYI: If you are in need of ECU/ECM OEM wiring connectors for the 2L-TE Toyota they are the same pin and connectors used on the 1994 Toyota Corolla 4A-FE engine with A/T. The Corolla's ECU is part # 81661-1A230 A/T. Different engine, different vehicle, different program but the wiring and pin layout is identical for all 3 harness connectors, the 26 pin, 16 pin and 12 pin dark grey. Persistence pays, never give up and never give in !!
  3. Set the tub onto the frame to verify clearances & all is good. Install of 2L TE A/T turbo diesel fit like a glove. Body back off for paint and still searching for ECU 12 pin wiring harness connector which is ridiculous to find (previous post). 2" suspension & 2" body lift complete. Wiring & 15K Warn winch to install to complete. 12:2020 #1 12:2020 #2 12:2020 #7
  4. I am transplanting a 2000 Surf 2L TE Helix diesel into a 1969 FJ40. I bought the drive train from Japan (Engine/Auto 4x4 trans) and the associated wiring harness on the engine/trans/sensors. The ECU was connected but did not include the 12 pin female dark grey connector (ECU : 2L-TE A/T Denso unit number 89661-60110) that feeds per the list. I have looked online and cannot find this 12 pin ECU female connector. Does anyone have a source or possibly a harness pigtail that I can purchase. I am in the USA and they never imported these vehicles to stateside. Any help will be appreciated in remedy
  5. The powers at be don't feel it is acceptable to import diesel Toyotas into the US market so I come to where they are the norm.

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