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KansCelica
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Feb 3, 7:27pm - #391070 
So Toyota didnt wire up for my Cruise Control

Ok, my 2001 GT doesnt have the Upgrade package, which is Power doors locks, windows, and cruise control.

Well I really need cruise control. Everyone says I should go aftermarket, but im not a big fan of aftermarket stuff.. I like Toyota OEM. So I bought all the components for cruise out of a wrecked 00 Celica GTS in Wisconsin.

First thing I noticed (before the cruise even came in) was that i didnt have a wiring harness for the cruise taped up or anything in the engine bay. So I figured id need the GTS harness from inside the cabin to the engine bay (pass side headlight, airbag crash sensor, cruise control).

Got that wiring harness and went to look at hte passenger kick panel (where this wiring harness terminates onto sockets which go back to the main wiring area behind the stereo). Get to looking, and its missing the extra socket the GTS wiring harness has (for cruise control and fog lights I believe).

So now its lacking a socket to plug the wiring harness into for the Cruise Control. Im going to tear in this weekend and see if there is even a socket to connect a harness at the main harness termination point behind the stereo and whatnot. If there is, I think I can run the wires over to the pass kick panel, and connect them to the wiring harness for the cruise control.

Here's pics of what im talking about

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Feb 3, 7:29pm - #391071 
That pic shows the open slots for sockets. Here is a picture of the GTS wiring harness with the extra harness that my car doesnt have a socket for.

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Feb 3, 9:39pm - #391072 
no idea but goodluck. bump for someone who knows smile

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Feb 3, 9:43pm - #391073 
That's a tough one. Good luck though. BTW, where in WI did you find a wrecked GTS?? I need to get something off one.


Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Feb 4, 12:30am - #391074 
i found the car on ebay.. some guy is selling tons of wiring harnesses and parts from it. i emailed him and he sold me the cruise. search for "celica harness"

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