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Anyone good at identifying wiring connectors?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Puppypunter, Jun 7, 2020.

  1. Jun 7, 2020 at 9:17 PM
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    Is this to have a plug connector for when removing the tailgate… similar to the camera plug included in the glovebox?

    if so I have said connectors, it’s listed somewhere on this forum or I’ll take a look at the ones I have tomorrow. I believe 1 was oem and the other I found another source because it was back ordered with no date
     
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    I’ll look at it, thanks again. You really are very helpful!


    I have the tailgate lock kit and a topper lock kit that I am hoping to just tie together at this connector if I can. I can always use a metripack connector or something, but figured if I could just get this connector I could make a splice with it.
     
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    You could get a 2nd Gen or Tundra tail light harness, it has 6 spaces. Uses same terminals already in the connector for the camera and the OEM tailgate lock.
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    That might work. I think there is another connection point. I’ll look when I get home today. Thanks again, you rock!
     
  9. Sep 22, 2020 at 7:04 PM
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    Just for future reference, if anyone needs it. The part numbers are 90980-11069 and 90980-11070.
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    I was planning on that. Was going to use Delphi connectors. That kit you posted is a pretty good price for AMP superseals though so I've book marked it for future reference. I just wanted to update this thread with the part number in case 5 years from now someone is googling it, they will at least get an answer. I'm just odd like that.
     
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    Are you adding your own lock to a topper. I'd like more information about this if so. Please.
     
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    I am. A Pop & Lock PL9555. I am also adding the OEM tailgate lock mentioned above. Since the tailgate lock uses this connector toward the rear, I am going to just tie the topper lock in there. Just going to make a small male/female tap to feed the PL9555 for the OEM tailgate lock harness. If you plan on doing something like this, RED is LOCK, GREEN is UNLOCK just FYI
     
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    Thanks for the excellent information. I need to figure out how to make a solenoid setup work on my topper. It's an ARE MX. It has a single locking handle and two rods. It seems like it would require too much force to mount a single solenoid to push those. I'm thinking I may need two mounted to the cap frame. Or I could probably make something like this work too

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XK8S223/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fab_HASAFb37SPNXR

    Or this without any spring. I'm not apposed to drilling holes and using bolts either.
    5x-New-Spring-Loaded-Metal-Security-Barrel-Bolt-Latch-5-3-X-1-7cm-Silver-Tone.jpg_q50.jpg

    The cap was not that much and I've modded the shit out of it.

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    Any ideas are appreciated!
     

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