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My friend has a problem with e12 Corolla cd player. He had to buy new player unit, because old one died. Problem is that new player has differend computer connectors, so he is missing temp and consumptions. CD and radio works, but the wide connector needs a connector that is split to three different connectors. Attached is the pictures to demonstrate the problem. Any ideas?IMG_20200715_090243_resized_20200715_092236657.thumb.jpg.c67eda2e1b82e434914d17d53db0c620.jpgIMG_20200715_090249_resized_20200715_092237191.thumb.jpg.5404c469b8ec44474e83a85ccb6f9f8f.jpg

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Hi,

You can get such connector adapters from most Car audio stockists  eg  http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/adapters?cat=1864

The consumption display / figures etc are a pure Toyota thing, so those functions will be lost with a new non Toyota head unit.

 

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15 minutes ago, oldcodger said:

Hi,

You can get such connector adapters from most Car audio stockists  eg  http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/adapters?cat=1864

The consumption display / figures etc are a pure Toyota thing, so those functions will be lost with a new non Toyota head unit.

 

That actually is the problem. He is moving back from aftermarket to get the consumption and temp back in the game. So I would actually need diagram of what are the pins for the computer side of player.

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2 hours ago, oldcodger said:

Hi,

You can get such connector adapters from most Car audio stockists  eg  http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/adapters?cat=1864

The consumption display / figures etc are a pure Toyota thing, so those functions will be lost with a new non Toyota head unit.

 

 

It's the old style factory plugs, The replacement radio is a more modern Toyota radio you will not get any adapters

@highbeam. Its not as easy as you think to keep the trip you need to replace the radio for the same type/age, What was the part number of the radio that was in the car and what is the part number of the new one

The power and Speakers plug in, no problem

 

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9 minutes ago, flash22 said:

 

It's the old style factory plugs, The replacement radio is a more modern Toyota radio you will not get any adapters

@highbeam. Its not as easy as you think to keep the trip you need to replace the radio for the same type/age, What was the part number of the radio that was in the car and what is the part number of the new one

The power and speakers plug in, no problem

 

I think the old one is 86120-02260 and new is 86120-12880.

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1 hour ago, flash22 said:

Big thanks. Only AVC Lan vs BUS seems to be non replacable to new connector. This might work.

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They used AVC up to 2014 it should be the same - the pinouts are as you look at the socket, rear/cable side of the connector

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15 hours ago, flash22 said:

They used AVC up to 2014 it should be the same - the pinouts are as you look at the socket, rear/cable side of the connector

Big thanks. Then this should be effortless thing to do.

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