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find were to plug in wiring harness

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by mik6567, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. mik6567

    mik6567 [OP] Member

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    Michael
    Dallas Texas
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    greetings my name is michael. I just purchased a 2006 toyota Prerunner crew cab v6 auto i am attempting to install a plug in the right rear part of the bed most come with it standard mine didnt. here is my question. I bought the wiring harness from the dealer,as well as the plug.the deal told me the wiring harness plugs underneath the pass seat. I found the plug no problem. here is were the problem is the dealer also to me that the other end plugs in on the passenger side of the engine compartment near the yellow wire that is the airbag sensor. for the life of me i cant see were it plugs in i am frustrated can anybody help me.2nd question is i bought the 100 amp fuse but i cant figure out how to remove the area that the fuse plugs into without breaking it how do i get to the area to bolt the fuse into place. pictures would be appreciated
     
  2. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Well-Known Member

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    Christian
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    Banks Monster Exhaust, Pop n Lock tailgate lock, Hook-Ups tie down brackets, USA Spec Ipod adaptor, WO seat covers, color matched grill with Grillcraft insert, Tuffy locking bed box
    You also need the inverter unit itself.
     
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