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    Why do you use the starter inhibiter still?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian C View Post
    Why do you use the starter inhibiter still?
    If you dont join them together the car will not turn over, on a us spec they would run to a switch on the clutch pedal
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    Ok in the pic the red and yellow arrowed wires need to go to the reverse switch, it is on the passenger side of the box at the back and will have about 8" of wire with a plug on it that stays on the box, you will prob have to cut off the toyota plug and use connectors, it does not matter which orientation you put the wires on the reverse light will still work.
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    and the black and black and white wires (blue arrows) need to be joined, we always solder and heat shrink anything like this. This will by pass the starter inhibiter switch.
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    Plug the speed sensor in
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    All other plugs can be cut off and the wire ends heat shrunk. This is a much neater way of doing than just leaving all the plugs attached.
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    Check now that you were supplied with the correct prop otherwise it will look like this and you won't be able to use your car!!!!! The longer one is my 6 spd the other 2 are from an auto.
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    Just a note to add: The speed sensor on the Tiptronic gearbox is completely different to the standard auto box, and this method doesn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkR View Post
    Just a note to add: The speed sensor on the Tiptronic gearbox is completely different to the standard auto box, and this method doesn't work.
    As soon as we do a tiptronic I will let you guys know how to get round it!!!! You may well need the man VVTI engine loom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude View Post
    As soon as we do a tiptronic I will let you guys know how to get round it!!!! You may well need the man VVTI engine loom.
    I think mine has been resolved. Just waiting for the car to get started to see if the speedo works. I got a modified manual na vvti loom from Jody that linked the gearbox to the engine loom, and it appears to be the solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkR View Post
    I think mine has been resolved. Just waiting for the car to get started to see if the speedo works. I got a modified manual na vvti loom from Jody that linked the gearbox to the engine loom, and it appears to be the solution.
    Nope, it was a lie... still no speedo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob wild View Post
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    Just going down to attempt the clutch pedal fitting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude View Post
    If you dont join them together the car will not turn over, on a us spec they would run to a switch on the clutch pedal
    Could you not do this to a uk or jap spec as a safety feature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j80leo View Post
    Could you not do this to a uk or jap spec as a safety feature?
    Yes easily dude, you would just be able to use the stock toyota clutch pedal switch for a us model and run the wires to it. Would be ideal for those who don't know how to drive......................and women!!!!
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