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> AT200/ST204 to ST205 Combo Meter How-To
post Oct 28, 2005 - 11:31 PM
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1. You will not have a cruise control indicator.
2. You will not have an overdrive off indicator.
3. Wire A13 from the AT200/ST204 will not plug into anything which simply means your brake light won't come on when you're starting the car.
4. Rear foglights indicator will not be used since USDM Celicas do not have them.
5. I have no idea what the indicator is below the rear foglight indicator and therefore will not be used.
6. There are diodes in the rear foglight and mystery indicator circuits. You don't need to worry about them. No need to put bulbs in their sockets either.
7. B13 on the Japanese ST205 combo meter will be directly connected to the MAP sensor from an ST205.
8. Boost gauge circuit is not currently complete.
9. For the sake of simplicity, from here on out, both AT200 and ST205 connectors will use this scheme (as per USDM BGB):
A = 13 pin
B = 16 pin
C = 10 pin
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Wires in the column labeled ST204/AT200 will need to be connected to the plug in the column labeled ST205.


Japan
ST204
AT200---ST205

A01---to---A01
A02---to---B02
A03---to---C05
A04---to---C04
A05---to---C07
A06---to---A04
A07---to---A12
A08---to---A08
A09---to---B04
A10---to---A06
A11---to---NOTHING
A12---to---NOTHING
A13---to---N/A (BRAKE LIGHT ON WHILE STARTING)

B01---to---B01
B02---to---NOTHING
B03---to---B03
B04---to---A13
B05---to---NOTHING
B06---to---B06
B07---to---B07
B08---to---B08
B09---to---B09
B10---to---B10
B11---to---B11
B12---to---NOTHING
B13---to---B14
B14---to---C01
B15---to---B15
B16---to---B16

C01---to---NOTHING
C02---to---C02
C03---to---NOTHING
C04---to---C03
C05---to---NOTHING
C06---to---C08
C07---to---C06
C08---to---N/A (OVERDRIVE)
C09---to---N/A (CRUISE)
C10---to---C10

ST205 Combo Meter Circuit (Japan):
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Australian and European ST205 gauge clusters are different. The pinout information for them is below. The information used to create this part of the how to was from the ST205 BGB at CelicaTech.com

Australia
ST204
AT200---ST205

A01---to---A02
A02---to---A01
A03---to---?NO SRS LIGHT?
A04---to---?NO SRS LIGHT?
A05---to---?NO SEATBELT LIGHT?
A06---to---B03
A07---to---B05
A08---to---A04
A09---to---B06
A10---to---A09
A11---to---N/A
A12---to---N/A
A13---to---N/A

B01---to---B01
B02---to---N/A
B03---to---B02
B04---to---A12
B05---to---N/A
B06---to---B07
B07---to---B08
B08---to---B09
B09---to---B10
B10---to---B11
B11---to---B12
B12---to---N/A
B13---to---B14
B14---to---C01
B15---to---B15
B16---to---B16

C01---to---N/A
C02---to---C03
C03---to---N/A
C04---to---C02
C05---to---N/A
C06---to---C06
C07---to---C07
C08---to---C08
C09---to---C09
C10---to---C10

ST205 Combo Meter Circuit (Australia) *Remember A=13 pin, B=16 pin, C=10 pin*:
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Europe
ST204
AT200---ST205

A01---to---A02
A02---to---A01
A03---to---?NO SRS LIGHT?
A04---to---?NO SRS LIGHT?
A05---to---?NO SEATBELT LIGHT?
A06---to---B03
A07---to---B05
A08---to---A04
A09---to---B06
A10---to---A09
A11---to---N/A
A12---to---N/A
A13---to---N/A

B01---to---B01
B02---to---N/A
B03---to---B02
B04---to---A12
B05---to---N/A
B06---to---B07
B07---to---B08
B08---to---B09
B09---to---B10
B10---to---B11
B11---to---B12
B12---to---N/A
B13---to---B14
B14---to---C02
B15---to---B15
B16---to---B16

C01---to---N/A
C02---to---C03
C03---to---N/A
C04---to---C05
C05---to---N/A
C06---to---C07
C07---to---C08
C08---to---N/A (OVERDRIVE)
C09---to---N/A (CRUISE)
C10---to---C10

ST205 Combo Meter Circuit (Europe) *Remember A=13 pin, B=16 pin, C=10 pin*:
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This post has been edited by WannabeGT4: Jan 26, 2006 - 12:46 PM


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post Oct 29, 2005 - 10:36 PM
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bump..sticky..nice work man.
post Oct 31, 2005 - 12:33 PM
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Good work Justin. One question... Where did you get the diagram for the Japanese version??? Lol. Did you make it yourself? Good work nonetheless.


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post Oct 31, 2005 - 3:16 PM
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Yep. I made it myself using the pictures of the back of your cluster and the PDF of the USDM combo meter.


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post Oct 31, 2005 - 5:00 PM
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i dont understand the "bump" thing that everyone does. I figure its Kudos, so i give u the "bump" and i do believe a mod should definately sticky this.


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post Oct 31, 2005 - 6:41 PM
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They say bump because they want to bump the thread up in the list. Like if you're selling something and it's very far down because nobody replied or anything, just bump it and people will look at it. So I guess this is a bump! Sticky this shiiia! Lol.


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post Jul 11, 2009 - 12:44 PM
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laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif BUMP BUMP BUMP KUDOS


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post Jul 15, 2009 - 3:34 PM
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QUOTE (freddy121389 @ Jul 11, 2009 - 12:44 PM) *
laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif BUMP BUMP BUMP KUDOS

LOL. I guess this guide was useful to you?


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post Nov 8, 2009 - 4:00 AM
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I don't really understant for what it is designed. Can anyone explain me? I have tried Googling, but i haven't found anything usable.
post Nov 8, 2009 - 2:17 PM
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QUOTE (tadastoppp @ Nov 8, 2009 - 1:00 AM) *
I don't really understant for what it is designed. Can anyone explain me? I have tried Googling, but i haven't found anything usable.


this is good to take a look at when ur putting a st205 cluster in a st204
post Jan 13, 2015 - 4:26 PM
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is there any identifying feature to determine if you have a Japan or Other gauge?


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post Jan 13, 2015 - 7:33 PM
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QUOTE (Smaay @ Jan 13, 2015 - 4:26 PM) *
is there any identifying feature to determine if you have a Japan or Other gauge?

There is probably a part number difference but I don't have the EPC installed to check. I'd just trace one of the differing circuits to figure out which one you have. Sorry I'm not much help. I haven't looked at this in years.


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