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Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by CRC65, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. CRC65

    CRC65 [OP] New Member

    Joined:
    Oct 25, 2012
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    First Name:
    CLAY
    COLORADO
    Vehicle:
    07 TACO
    3IN LIFT,GRILL GAURD AND WINCH
    I PUT A 4.0 OUT OF A O8 FJ INTO MY 07 TACOMA EVERYTHING PLUGGED IN BUT NOW MY VVT NOT WORKING ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS
     
  2. RussellG

    RussellG Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    Russell
    Firestone
    Vehicle:
    87 DLX/00taco everything except the FJ bits
    Diamond Axle SAS, TRD FJ calipers and brembo rotors on all 4, FJ rear axle, 5.29's and elockers in both, 3rz swap and dual cases,4.7 rear case,00 taco dash, bobbed bed,soft topper,raceline beadlocks, fj cruiser steering wheel and clinometer, super white paint and 37'' kevlars. Much more but i will keep it simple.
    What harness did you use? If you just plugged in the Fj engine harness to the taco ecu then you could have something as stupid as 1 wire be differet. I don't have both diagrams in front of me but I'd say you should have put your wiring on the Fj motor and used your acc stuff to insure no issues.
     
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