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post Mar 22, 2020 - 4:38 PM
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Toyota has a manual called Wiring Harness Repair, RM1022E, available on-line, wherein they pretty much tell you that if you want to repair a broken wire or terminal at a connector, they want you to buy FROM THEM a precrimped terminal/wire and then splice the wire into your wiring harness. I do not want to have splices (butt connectors) in my wiring harness, and I certainly do not want to pay Toyota prices.

Moreover, being a DIY guy, I want to be able to terminate wires myself.

I have been working on different parts of my 1994 Celica for the past decade, and am just finishing up a total rebuild of the engine, and need to fix a few wiring problems, but I cannot find a source of wiring crimp terminals or crimp tool that fit the Toyota connectors found on my wiring harness.

I have been going around in circles for days now, trying to find a place to grab hold on this knotted ball of string (vacuum of knowledge), and am hoping that someone on this website can step up and give me a definitive answer that leads me back into the sunlight. Surely someone has been in this same situation, right. But try to search for it on this website. . .
post Apr 3, 2020 - 3:21 PM
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There's Ballenger Motorsports and Corsa Technica.

I used them both for connectors and terminals. The crimp tool you would need is the Tool-CF3 for most Toyota terminals, both sealed and unsealed, but the Tool-CF4 would be ideal for any sealed ones.

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