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 2007+ Toyota Tundra VSC Bypass Mod

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PostSubject: 2007+ Toyota Tundra VSC Bypass Mod   10/4/2009, 11:24 pm

What This Mod Does:
It starts a timer just as the truck starts and holds a ground to a single wire on the back of the VSC button for 5 seconds. This turns off all the "nannies" as some people call them.

This mod will not do anything to disable the VSC button as it functions now, so by hitting the VSC button on the dash again after the module does the bypass after you start the truck will turn it all off.


Parts Needed:
TR-7 Control Module


Notes:
The bypass function only happens when you start the truck the first time after it has been turned off. The VSC button functions as normal. A switch can be put in line with the trigger wire to the yellow wire on the VSC switch if you want to have it function as normal unless you have the switch on, I did not do this yet and may over the weekend.

Testing the TR-7(Function#12) module after programming to verify its working as I want it too:


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Back of VSC on dash:


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T-tap placed on yellow wire:

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I used t-taps and crimp wires just to make quick removal easy, this is the Wire I ran under dash to center console area were I put the module. I did this cause I already tapped 12V from the cig. lighter plug here for my SPG for the NAV.


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Module wired up just as I was testing before cleaning up the wiring:


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Completed, oh you may see the SPG down there too:



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PostSubject: Re: 2007+ Toyota Tundra VSC Bypass Mod   10/5/2009, 1:52 pm

That's pretty cool. I'm always tired of those darn limitation controls kicking in before my motor can kick in full power
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