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Old 12-21-2019, 08:21 PM #1
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Broke my GPS Cable, is it replaceable?

I was installing my anytime backup and new ham radio and pulled the gps wire from the plug by accident. I looked for the part but am only finding the whole $400 gps antenna.... Anyone else done this???
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Im in to see the reply on this one as well. Broke mine and have been going nuts seeing the compass going the wrong direction
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Maybe you could find a totaled Runner (Tacoma too, perhaps?), pull that plug and snip off enough wiring to have a 'pigtail'. Then carefully snip yours out and solder-in the pigtail - with the battery disconnected. I wigged out my 3rd gen briefly when soldering the ABS wire that broke with the battery still connected.

You also may be able to identify the pin inside the plug, then buy a replacement pin (probably a pack of them) and the tool(s) to push out the old pin and crimp on a new one. More research there, but certainly less than $400.

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Im in to see the reply on this one as well. Broke mine and have been going nuts seeing the compass going the wrong direction
$13 GPS/satellite antenna for factory navigation | Tacoma World

Found this post on taco world, gonna try that

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Nice! I found a cheap enough one on eBay. Maybe you could take apart the factory plug too and put it in place of the blue one. Looks like it goes on the same anyways
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To close this out, The cheap GPS dongle from Ebay worked. Woo Hoo!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006AKVX2S...azonqueryr1-20
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