Aristo swap into 98/99 gs300. Did not come with the jumper caps. Please xplain rewire
Info: 1998/99 GS300, 2jzgte vvti aristo motor, trans, ecu, harness, ignitor, maf. Did not come with
the jumper terminal caps for the shift lock and lights fix
Whats up guys. It has been asked about in threads, but no diagrams have been showed, maybe I overlooked it?
i use the search and search this forum tab, but my keywords are not bringing up results.
I know it is mentioned in most the build threads, but no one posts diagrams or info regarding the correct pin terminals, and writeup of where everything goes.
ive gone through burgundygs build thread, adamgamz, sbm2jlex (which had the info in there and the pics from silvrgs300 but doesnt have a write up and correct pin out locations. I seen 1jznando asked a few times as well as others. And for some reason its not showing the pic posted on my new lap top, or on my iphone???) and bunch of other threads.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Thank you very much!! I did see that diagram, and I will cross referance as soon as I get a good diagram for the u.s. harness. I just figured if someone already has done it they could post it. Thanks again!
Hey thanks brother!! San Diego how about you?. Ive had the swap and have been collecting parts and info for a while. Im still in the military so its hard to get time off I keep getting month long orders for random training. But once I get a good weekend im going to swap it all. Its sort of my daily driver thats why I have been lagging on getting it done.
No problem, I'm in the SD area as well. I hear you on lagging with projects haha. I'm in the same boat and need to start getting some things done first before I tackle the big jobs. I've been chasing a clunk in the front suspension of my wife's GS for the past 3 months. Hopefully a new control arm #2 will fix it and keep the floorboard from rattling every time it goes up an incline.
Anyway, looking forward to seeing your swap progress once you get some down time.