TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

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    Cool Speedometer Correction

    DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHERE THE SPEEDOMETER SENSOR IS ON A 05 TACO, IT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE ON THE TRANSMISSION LIKE 04 MODELS.. I AM CHANGING TIRE SIZE AND AND WANT TO INSTALL A SPEEDOMETER CORRECTION DEVICE TO CORRECT THE SPEEDOMETER READING.
    Last edited by msman; 05-06-2005 at 04:51 AM. Reason: ADDED TO QUESTION

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    Quote Originally Posted by msman
    DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHERE THE SPEEDOMETER SENSOR IS ON A 05 TACO. I AM CHANGING TIRE SIZE AND AND WANT TO INSTALL A SPEEDOMETER CORRECTION DEVICE TO CORRECT THE SPEEDOMETER READING.
    The speed sensor is on the transmission. Spd Senseor wire can be picked up at the ECM or the Combination Meter. See INFO: 2005 Tacoma Wiring Diagrams (EWD)
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    Vehicle speed signal system
    The vehicle speed is detected by the ABS speed sensor and the signal is input to TERMINAL SPD of the engine control
    module via the comb. meter and the skid control ECU with actuator. (A/T)
    Meaning, it uses all the wheel speed sensor to determine vehicle speed. You will have to tie into the signal right at the vehicle combination meter
    Last edited by mustang67408; 03-24-2008 at 10:09 AM.

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    would this be the same wire to tap into for an Pioneer AVIC-D1?

    Is there a short cut for wiring up the reverse lights? instead of running a wire all the way back to the lights.

    Info: '06, 4x4, SR5, Reg. Cab, 5-speed.

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by O1R
    would this be the same wire to tap into for an Pioneer AVIC-D1? YES , you can catch that wire for your NAV on the back of the Combination meter (see photo)connector C-10. Your not trying to change the signal and that is where I would tap into the speed input signal for the speedometer for your NAV.

    Is there a short cut for wiring up the reverse lights? instead of running a wire all the way back to the lights. Yes, catch it on the back of the combo meter. (see photo)connector C-9

    Info: '06, 4x4, SR5, Reg. Cab, 5-speed.
    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by mustang67408; 03-24-2008 at 10:09 AM.

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Thank you mustang67408,
    I'm going to start the install Sat., I've searched 5 different forums for two day on this. You are the only one to provide any info.

    You Are The Man .

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    Quote Originally Posted by O1R
    Thank you mustang67408,
    I'm going to start the install Sat., I've searched 5 different forums for two day on this. You are the only one to provide any info.

    You Are The Man .
    Make sure it works before you say that.
    Please let me know if it works.
    If it doesnt let me know, and i will help you figure out why.

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by mustang67408
    Make sure it works before you say that.
    Let it be known, mustang67408 is the wiring God. all I had to do is find C-9 & C-10 (viewed the "Electrical Wiring Routing"), connected as informed, the AVIC-D1 works perfect

    Thank you "mustang67408", a.k.a. "Da Man"

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Is the ECM/combo meter located behind the little fold out storage flap, driver side by the parking brake? and what wires do I tap into for the navigation speed pulse, and reverse oh and parking brake? thank you... all the other diagrams didn't help and I have only had the truck for like a week so I don't know the layout at all....

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by ZadraPR
    Is the ECM/combo meter located behind the little fold out storage flap, driver side by the parking brake? and what wires do I tap into for the navigation speed pulse, and reverse oh and parking brake? thank you... all the other diagrams didn't help and I have only had the truck for like a week so I don't know the layout at all....
    E-mail me the info on your truck.

    mustang67408@cox.net and i will try to work something up tonight.

    year
    vehicle type
    2x4 or 4x4
    ABS
    VSC
    V-8 or V06
    Auto trans or 6 speed

    This is for a nav?
    Thanks
    Victor

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    What color is the wire in an 07 d-cab 4x4 trd off-road and where is it located in the dash?

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    Default Re: TACOMA: Speedometer Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Taco_Man View Post
    What color is the wire in an 07 d-cab 4x4 trd off-road and where is it located in the dash?
    Engine?
    MTM ot ATM?
    ABS?
    VSC?
    Downhill assist?
    Auto LSD?

    Let me know the answers to these, and I will find the correct wire and connector for you.

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