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temp sensor

Discussion in 'New Members' started by deacon 12, May 28, 2012.

  1. May 28, 2012 at 6:48 PM
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    deacon 12

    deacon 12 [OP] New Member

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    Sirs, I have a 2011 access cab 4 cylinder auto trans with a sr 5 package. It does not have the compass/temp package in it. It has the sensor behind the grill and the plug to plug in the overhead console. I got a new console from the dealer and plugged it in and the display lights up but no compass or temp reading.
    The main man in the service dept. said that Toyota left a wire out of the wire loam that is why it does not work. It seems to me why would Toyota run all the wires up overhead and put the temp sensor in and leave one wire out?
    Also when the service dept give me the overhead console , it was not wrapped up or in a box, just laying on the shelf . What is your opinion that this unit could be faulty and that why there is no display. I cannot tell you what color wires coming to the plug in the console but I can look if need to too. Thanx for any reply. Deacon
     
  2. May 28, 2012 at 7:12 PM
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    Highland Logan

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    2011 Black AC TRD Off Road w/ factory tow pkg
    Icon Stage 2 w/ overload left in, SPC LR UCA, 265/75 16 BFG KO2, front and rear Weathertech floor liners, OEM (Extang) solid fold tonneau, OEM bed mat, OEM front skid plate, OEM billet oil cap, "TOYOYA" tailgate decal
    Welcome to Tacoma World. The unit may be broken, and it seems to be a common enough occurrence. Here is a link to how you go about fixing this... if this is the problem you're having. I've never heard of a missing wire, but others may have, so stay tuned. Also here is a link to the FSM (Factory Service Manuals) which may come in handy in the future.

    Frank
     
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