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Ultimate Wiring Diagrams Collection

Discussion in 'General Tundra Discussion' started by RainMan_PNW, Jan 12, 2021.

  1. Jan 12, 2021 at 1:59 PM
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    Over the years, I've managed to find, download, and stash away a variety of different "complete" (or mostly complete) diagrams for various years of Tundras. Most of it has been a result of me wanting to "upgrade" something on my truck to be like a higher trim level or a newer truck year when I had my 2008 SR5 - things like installing the Optitron gage cluster, doing the Auto AC Climate Control upgrade, or even swapping out my 2008 JBL head unit for one from a 2010 in order to add the BT streaming audio and USB media port. Over time, I've come to get to know how these diagrams work pretty well, and have used the information to troubleshoot or tinker a lot of other things as well.

    So, I'd like to share what I have...and offer up a spot for others to add to the list if they have one that fills in the gaps. For these ones that I have, I've gone through them and added bookmarks for individual sections and organized/cleaned them up the best I can. Some are more detailed than others - for example, when I recently pulled down the information for the 2021 (which also includes data for everything 2016+), I decided to pull down every single connector data sheet as well (there are 520+ of them). On the flip side, the 2009 document I have only contains the EWDs arranged alphabetically and does not contain any of the "Location and Routing" information or other supplemental information. The PDFs I have here are not quite as user friendly to use as the live TIS site, but they are as functional as a single PDF file can be without me spending hours trying to actually hyperlink things the way the TIS site does.

    It is also helpful to know that certain manuals can be used for previous model years (MY) as long as there were not production changes. For example, the 2015 EWD will fully cover the 2014 MY because there were no production changes between the two years. The 2021 EWD contains all of the information for MY 2016 and newer (I focused on MY 2021, but made sure to include any EWD-specific pages that were for older MY's in the same group), with individual EWDs denoted by references such as "Before Aug 2017 Production" to indicate MY 2017 or older, and "After Aug 2017 Production" to indicate MY 2018 and newer (remember that production for a new model year typically starts around August of the prior calendar year).

    So, here is what I have so far:

    General Manuals and Info:
    Gen 1 Tundra:
    • 2000 Tundra EWD - EWD367U
      • Covers MY 2000, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
        • A. Introduction
        • B. How to Use
        • C. Troubleshooting
        • D. Abbreviations
        • E. Glossary
        • F. Relay Locations
        • G. Location & Routing
        • H. System Circuits
        • I. Ground Points
        • J. Power Source Flow Chart
        • K. Connector List
        • L. Part Number of Connectors
        • M. Overall EWDs
      • 295 pages
    • 2001 Tundra EWD - EWD429U
      • Covers MY 2001, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
      • 273 pages
    • 2002 Tundra EWD - EWD468U
      • Covers MY 2002, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
      • 273 pages
    • 2003 Tundra EWD - EWD491U
      • Covers MY 2003, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
      • 315 pages
    • 2004 Tundra EWD - EWD567U
      • Covers MY 2004, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
      • 649 pages
    • 2005 Tundra EWD - EWD611U
      • Covers MY 2005, this is from back when Toyota actually made real books of these things!
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (I did not bother naming the individual circuits, but they are in order based on how they are named by Toyota)
      • Includes all sections in the original book
      • 705 pages
    • 2006 Tundra EWD - EM00Q0U
      • Directly covers MY 2006
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • This is the first of the electronic-only EWDs, so the Intro documents have been removed (refer to those from the 2016-2021 EWD, as the info is the same)
      • Bookmarked by me (System Circuits are left in their original names)
      • Split into two parts for file size limits
    Gen 2 Tundra:
    • 2007 Tundra EWD - EM04E0U
      • Directly covers MY 2007
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (by original file name), Location & Routing, and Fuse Lists
      • 705 pages
    • 2008 Tundra EWD - EM08H0U
      • Directly covers MY 2008
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (grouped by category), Location & Routing, and Fuse Lists
      • 655 pages
    • 2009 Tundra EWD - EM11A0U
      • Directly covers MY 2009
      • Diagrams downloaded from a random place on the internet (don't remember where) and Bookmarked by original creator
      • Other sections downloaded from TIS and bookmarked by me
      • Includes only System Circuits (listed alphabetically by first "system"), Location & Routing, and Fuse Lists
      • 690 pages
    • 2010 Tundra EWD - EM12D0U
      • Directly covers MY 2010
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (grouped by category), Location & Routing, and Fuse Lists
      • 703 pages
    • 2011 Tundra EWD - EM16G0U
      • Directly covers MY 2011
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (by original file name), Location & Routing, Fuse Lists, and Overall EWDs
      • 764 pages
    • 2012 Tundra EWD - EM18N0U
      • Directly covers MY 2012
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (by original file name), Location & Routing, Fuse Lists, and Overall EWDs
      • 761 pages
    • 2013 Tundra EWD - EM22Z0U
      • Directly covers MY 2012
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (by original file name), Location & Routing, Fuse Lists, and Overall EWDs
      • 761 pages
    Gen 2.5 / Gen 3 (whatever you want to call it) Tundra:
    • 2014 Tundra EWD - EM24W0U
      • Directly covers MY 2014
      • Downloaded from TIS directly by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (by original file name), Location & Routing, Fuse Lists, and Overall EWDs
      • 771 pages
    • 2015 Tundra EWD - EM26B0U
      • Directly covers MY 2015
      • Downloaded from a random place on the internet (don't remember where), missing Location & routing info added by me
      • Bookmarked by me (including removal of duplicate diagrams)
      • Includes System Circuits (grouped by category), Location & Routing, Fuse Lists, and Overall Diagrams
      • 778 pages
    Some other notes:
    These are set up to use the bookmarks feature in most PDF viewers, and I have removed duplicate "source" diagrams where the same diagram is used in several different bookmarks (Cruise Control, Electronically Controlled Transmission, and Engine Control in the 2021 EWD is an example). This reduces file size, but will mean that if you just hit "print" on the whole document you will end up with something that may not be in the same order that as the list in the table of contents.

    I would like to invite others to share up any information they might have to fill in the "gaps" - I am more than happy to pull them down, do similar cleanup (if possible/within reason), and get them up here in the first post.
     

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  2. Jan 12, 2021 at 2:07 PM
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    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Thanks for taking the initiative to do this. It should help a lot of folks on the forum!
     
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  4. Jan 13, 2021 at 8:20 AM
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    Updated original post with attachments for the 2021 (covers 2016-2021) and the 2009. 2021 has been separated out into sections to work with the file size limits, and I still need to work on getting the full connector data sheets small enough to upload.
     
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    OK - 2008 and 2010 up now as well.

    And 2015...that's all I've got for EWDs.
     
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    All Connector data sheets for 2016-2021 uploaded (had to split into four files).
    Also uploaded wire harness repair manuals for 1991-2005, and for 2007.
    And I had a Connector Part Numbers document for 2005 (but not the rest of that manual).
     
  7. Jan 13, 2021 at 10:08 AM
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    You ROCK Casey! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    I'm going to throw it out there, just as an FYI. These are provided for you to use, troubleshoot, and determine what to do with them to the best of your ability. I can't offer any specific advice or information on how to perform specific mods using these diagrams (and don't want this thread to be used for that). If it isn't already obvious by the fact that there are over 500 pages worth of wiring diagrams for any given model year (and over 500 possible connectors in the 2021 truck depending on trim and cab configuration), these vehicles have complex and inter-dependent wiring systems controlling them in addition to the computers that keep the whole thing functioning. Tapping, cutting, splicing, re-directing, or otherwise tampering with anything that was put there by Toyota in a specific way is entirely your responsibility.

    :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks for putting all of this together! Downloaded all applicable files in case I need them one day :).
     
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    Just dropped a Valentine's special for all you Gen 1 owners - 2000 through 2006 EWD's are live above.
    I'm going to try and make sure I've got 2011-2013 covered, and that will take care of all current-production Tundras.
     
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    OK - reorganized the OP a bit to make it easier to find (and hyperlinked the attachments).
     
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    Before the end of the week, I’ll have all the remaining years covered as well.
     
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    OK - so I just discovered a little "gotcha" on the TIS site that I'm 99% sure affects every EWD I've got posted on here for 2006 and newer. In the "Location and Route" section, they actually have multiple "views" for some of the Position diagrams - for instance, most of the engine bay diagrams actually have four separate position diagrams in order to call out ALL the different connectors in there.

    I've got all the missing ones pulled down, but I am going to have to get them inserted into the PDF files and then re-uploaded and re-linked. That means that anyone that has pulled down the complete diagrams, or the "Location and Routing" section from the 2016-2021 manual will need to re-download them AFTER I post in here stating I've got them updated and re-uploaded.

    Sorry about that - it was a pure fluke that I even caught it, and looking at the ones I've previously downloaded off the internet (that were not originally downloaded by me), I'm not the only one that didn't catch it.

    Stay tuned...
     
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    OK - updated links and attachments are up, including the "missing" model years. I had to split the 2006 because it is JUST too big for the file size limits...
     
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    This thread is so important that it should have under section under DYI /mod's.
     
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    Does anybody have the colouring diagram from the alternator harness have a new plug with different colour wires and I need to know which original wire goes into what port
     
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    Will need to know what year and model (and engine). From there, the specific diagram to get you started is the "Charging" circuit, which will show connectors, colors, and terminal positions for the "Generator" (what Toyota calls the alternator in their diagrams).
     
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    Sorry 2014 sr5 crew 4.6 v8

    This?

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    In the 2014 EWD PDF file that is linked in the original post, page 128-130 is the charging system.
    upload_2021-3-23_14-38-30.jpgupload_2021-3-23_14-38-49.jpg
    The 4.6L V8 is the 1UR-FE engine, so any wiring that has a *2 or *3 would be applicable (in addition to anything with no designation at all).
    Based on that, the connectors are E1 and E9. Looking on Page 3, connector E1 is simply a terminal ring, so that's easy to figure out. Connector E9 is waterproof connector, and the pin numbers are based on you looking at the OPEN END of the connector (not the "back" where the wires enter it).
    upload_2021-3-23_14-41-49.jpg

    Referring back to the diagrams
    • Pin 1 is "S" (from the 5A ALT-S fuse) and should be Black w/ Yellow stripe
    • Pin 2 is "IG" (from the 7.5A LH-IG fuse) and should be Green w/ Yellow stripe
    • Pin 3 is "M" (from the ECM) and should be Red
    • Pin 4 is "L" )from the speedometer/instrument cluster) and should be Black
     
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    Hi Guys,
    Thieves took both of my 2016 Tundra catalytic converters and cut the oxygen wiring sensor.
    I need help to identify oxygen sensor wiring color of bank1 sensor2. OEM wiring has 4 wires Green, green/black, blue and blue/white. I brought a male plug all wires has same color as black, does anyones has knowledge of this wiring colors. see pictures below
    Thanks for your help

    OEM WIRESIMG_5113.jpg ToyotaMaleOxygensensorPlug.jpg
     
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    You'll want to start by downloading and saving this PDF.
    https://www.tundras.com/attachments/2021-tundra-ewd-em27m0u-2-0-system-circuit_2016-17-pdf.531489/

    Then, depending on your engine (4.6L or 5.7L), you need to review one of two pages.
    Page 174 is the Engine Control for the 4.6L
    Page 207 is the Engine Control for the 5.7L

    Looks like both have same wiring for that sensor:
    Green/Black to Pin 1
    Blue/White to Pin 2
    Green to Pin 3
    Blue to Pin 4

    upload_2021-3-24_11-34-2.jpgupload_2021-3-24_11-34-40.jpg
    Pin numbers are based on looking at the "socket" end (not the wiring end) of the connector.
     
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    Thank you so much RainMain...
     
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    Kelly
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    Vehicle:
    2020 SSM 1794 4x4
    Hey Casey, you seem to have gotten REALLY good at finding stuff in those wiring diagrams! It takes me awhile to find what I am looking for, much less what someone else asks about!
     
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