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Does anyone know what this electrical box is for. It was found in my 1995 AE111 20V 4age Levin under the drivers seat.

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Strange one.

It certainly doesn't look Toyota in origin. Perhaps an aftermarket part, such as a voltage stabilizer? Is the car fitted with a spurious alarm system? Could it be something like that?

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Hello mate it looks to me like part of the alarm system maybe a glass break sensor or a radar sensor.

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The adaptor (5+7 pins) looks like the one used for the OEM CD player of the car. Probably is an adaptor to connect an external multi-disc player. Also it could be something like an x-carlink i.e. an adaptor to play MP3s from the OEM radio Cd.

(Or generally something that has to do with the radiocd player of the car.)

This is my guess.

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It's not anything to do with the alarm. I have checked out that. Its strange my mate has the same car, same year and he doesn't have it in his car.

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does it have any part numbers on? toyota part numbers are normally in the format #####-#####

if it has then ill do a search on the epc :thumbsup:

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The only number it has is the one on the inside on that metal box with the two adjustable philips screws. Its: 619431-0050

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it's looking like a kind of cd changer socket..

does it has any sign of producer of it?

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