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Old 09-09-2010, 02:47 AM   #1
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anyone still making 3.4 swap wiring harnesses?

what the title says lol. im looking through threads and this wiring is making my head spin. yes im a noob to engine swaps and i would rather pay somebody for a made harness. mainly because i have limited time to get the thing running when i do the swap and having the harness there ready would save me allot. i keep reading " o its easy change a couple plugs and go" then i read how hard it is? i see pics of wires everywhere and its just confusing me like no tomorrow. so yeah can somebody point me in the right direction? really appreciate it

and i searched and couldn't get a strait answer. i know sombody did or still does make them?

if i get some help then i will try and mike this thread worth while and helpful for future events like mine

oyah it would be to fit a 91 4runner with 3vze hooked up to a 5speed without A/C.

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Old 09-09-2010, 05:02 AM   #2
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Try here http://www.phoenixtuning.com/
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I understand what you are saying about seeing pictures of wires everywhere and getting overwhelmed and having the doubt creep in. Honestly though, it isn't that hard. I would at least try it yourself and THEN pay someone else to do it for you.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:25 PM   #5
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cool sight Mister2, maybe i will shoot them an email

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"I understand what you are saying about seeing pictures of wires everywhere and getting overwhelmed and having the doubt creep in. Honestly though, it isn't that hard. I would at least try it yourself and THEN pay someone else to do it for you." - i hear you and i know i could figure it out, but i cant have the 4runner sitting for a week or more while i try and piece the wiring together you know? if i get all the parts ready so i can drop it in and plug in the wiring then i can have it in in 4 days tops wish i had more time to figure it out myself but i really dont lol. unless somebody on here can get me a super freakin awesome picture related splicing and "what go's here" information?
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i agree with dntsdad. i wanted as little down time as possible so i got everything ready and then studied wiring diagrams till i figured it out. it was my first attempt at it but once i sat down and did it it only took a few hours to make my own adapter harness. it woulda been alot less but i checked and rechecked and rechecked again cause i doubted myself so bad but id do it again in a heartbeat over spending the hundreds of bucks payin for it... just dive in and do it
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yeah i hear you but im really cant afford to just jump into it and hope i figure it out because i have to work and what not and i need it as my DD so it would be much better in my situation to have a perfect wiring harness and get it dont in a weekend. i have been talking with sam4runner and he might build me one for a decent price so we will see how it goes!
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it can easily be done in a weekend if you have everything ready. but then i got the whole donor so i was pretty set up too
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yeah having a donor would help allot lol. i got a guy who is going to give me everything for the swap for about $1000. 3.4, wiring, ecu, pwr steering pump exc... then get sam4runner to build me the wiring harness and toss it in on a weekend . later on i will learn how to build them myself but im only 18 so im not amazing at this stuff yet
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well dont let it scare you. i was only nineteen when i did a 4.3 tbi swap. but you may wanna consider buying the cross over pipe. that was the biggest time consumer for me and i ended up buying one anyways. and it will fit with the motor installed but its not so fun.
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yeah i know i can probs figure it out . crossover wasn't my concern since i was going to buy headers right off the bat . funny im actually thinking of going 4.3 now. damn 3.4's are so expensive and impossible to find the parts i need. So it looks like im running the 3vze longer and SASing .

here's the build thread at the moment - http://www.yotatech.com/f199/91_toyo...-build-219449/
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I make a stand alone harness for a 3.4 L, you would just have to hook up a few wires, such as tach, CEL, for your specific vehicle.. http://www.nffab.com
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