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Name that Wiring Harness Plug .....

Hi All,

2012 Work Edition Tundra.
Installing keyless entry and found some mystery plugs near the driver kick-panel and the door sill.

Any help with ID for these little buggers would be most appreciated.
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The first picture I'm not sure.

The second one that the red arrow is pointing at that's by itself at the top and is white in color is the plug and play connector for the trailer brake controller. Just installed one of those this past Sunday. Very quick and easy.

This is the plug with the trailer brake controller connector plugged in.


This is the other end of that plug that wires to the brake controller then plugs into the above plug


The last picture of the connector on the bottom, doesn't have any wires going to it, its just a blank space on mine just like your's. Not sure what its for, someone with an SR-5 or Limited edition may know. I just have the Base model 2008 but all are the same connectors.

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the first pic with the yellow sensor is your airbag sensor.fyi,not a good idea to poke those wires with anything.you already got the answer to the second plug,couldn't tell ya what the third plug would be for.



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I'm sure someone on here with more electronics knowledge on these trucks will figure it out for you.
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Thanks All,

I'm planning to make use of the brake controller, I just have to buy the fishing boat Not going to mess with that airbag sensor!

That final plug receptacle has only 2 wires coming into it.... One yellow, one black. Hopefully someone has the answer in their brain-pan or else I gotta troll the internet for wiring diagrams
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