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Old 05-28-2020, 01:42 AM #1
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Anyone know the P/N for this connector?

I've been searching for this connector to replace the broken one in my 2000 4runner. This is the connector that plugs into the coolant temperature sensor wire harness (W0133-1742183). The male connector that it plugs into is 90980-11303. I'm looking for the matching female plug. It looks to be part of the engine wiring harness and is tucked under the front plastic engine cover.

Anyone know what the part number is for this one?
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Here's the coolant temp sensor wire. Looking for the plug that attaches to the connector on the right.
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Anyone?

I think I can solder the cable back, but it's going to be a tough one. the Toyota Wire Repair Manual unfortunately doesn't have the matching plug listed.
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Toyota parts catalog will have it
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Looking but not finding in the parts catalog. Anyone else?
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Oh I missed that it was part of the engine harness. Might try a dealer, their EPC sometimes had stuff I couldn't find looking online back in the day. Where did it break that you can't just solder it? You can depin connectors if it broke close to the plug. Use ra or rma solder if the wires are corroded
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Yep, it's on the main harness. I was able to de-pin it and re-use a pin from another connector. Bam - fixed! I'm waiting for some new ignition wires to come in and then can test out the fix.

I called a dealer yesterday and they were able to find the pin. Here's what they sent:

82998-12430: this looks to be the pin and not the actual plug I need
90980-11303: this is the mating connector (the one on the temp sensor harness)

This is all because of a dang rat that decided to move into my engine bay last year. Clipped an injector wire, some hoses, the temp sensor wire, and left a trail of goodness (crap) behind.
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It seems like you got this resolved. But I wanted to give you some dealer alternate for connectors (they have tons of OEM stuff). I use these for almost all of the stuff I need (I build a lot of stuff lol).

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