- This is 4Runner MOD-MOD!
I'm Borrowing pics from the original MOD thread found here Another Great read is from HERE That has the Sienna mirror MOD in it
I did find this interesting aftermarket control module that I will be getting. It has direct integration to the lock/unlock features... Well, you look!
Part #'s <-thanks Shaggy!
--2010 4Runner RH Mirror Assembly 87910-35A60 $209.07
--2010 4Runner RH Outer Mirror Cover Gloss Black 87915-28060-C0 $37.43
--2010 4Runner LH Mirror Assembly 87940-35A30 $209.07
--2010 4Runner LH Outer Mirror Cover Gloss Black 87945-28060-C0 $37.43
--2003 Highlander Mirror Defrost Switch (only fits in switch bank to left of steering wheel) 84871-48030 $56.96
--Defrost Switch Amber Bulb (switch above comes with red bulb) 90011-01058 $3.59
--Auxilary dash switch below AC ->http://tundrapart.com/lights/auxilia...itch-with-led/
-- Replacement Mirror Adjuster switch with heated/ power fold switch 84870A #1 in the link <- thanks Palehorse1
Diagrams are from muisejt
Torx #25 driver
Heat Shrink Tubbing
Drill 1/4" bit
Screw Driver +
LeatherMan or wire strippers
Prep and Process
Disassemble the Mirrors mounting arms from the 4Runners and yours from the Tacoma. (3 Torx screws)
Discard the 4Runner mount as it is not needed. Also cut the harness off and elongate all the wires. Make note of the color code for each wire. I reused the Tacoma harness for the power mirrors. While your in this area with the door panel off, you can go ahead and ground a few of the wires. either of your Black from the heated mirror(s) & White from the turn signal(s).
This will leave you with 4 wires you need to elongate/ extend - black + Heat, yellow + convenience lighting, Yellow - convenience lighting. That makes 4 total that you need to run with extra wire through the door and grommets.
*quick note here- the only circuit I verified polarity on was the Turn Signals. All the others polarity isn't important.
Using the Fuze tap, I decided to use a drill and make a small hole so I could thread the wire through the top of the fuse block. Looks a little cleaner than the birds nest we might create running the wires in that area.
As the diagram shows, we need to directly tap the wires coming out of the Wiring harness on the left side of the fuse block. I opted to remove the lower dash to gain easier access to them. I disconnected both of the harnesses and followed them to the kick panel area and tapped them there. I make small 1/4 length cuts on the wires just cutting the plastic off to expose the copper wire underneath. Wrap your tap around the area you just cut and solder the connections (3 in total). Cut the blue crimp off the end of the fuse tap and extent the wire about 1.5'. Solder the connection and heat shrink the connection. Feed the wire through the hole you drilled previously. Replace one of the fuses with the 7.5 and a 5or10amp fuse for the heat in the mirrors.
More to come later- POWER FOLDING NEXT!
The removal of the mirror and door panels can be found in the Muth pdf http://www.muthco.com/epapers/21001150.pdf
This is far from complete and I will constantly edit this until it is a solid guide.
you can get the 4Runner, or Sienna Mirrors and they will snap right in, (should). You will still need to disassemble the whole assembly and doors to run your wires.
Edit: Sienna mirors will need to be removed from their snap in housing to fit in the tacoma snap in housing. 4Runners will snap in with no issue
I got them in, sanded with 600 grit and then sprayed with Gloss Black - 7-10 coats. Then baked them under some metal halide lights