I brought some connections from eBay.
I'm swapping the fuse box so it will just be 'one out, one in'.
Going to add all the extra stuff to the fusebox, CB spots etc. and repair the damage done by the previous owner.
You need two small flat blade screwdrivers and and a pair of long nose pliers
Lift a tag from the fuse side which locks in the metal connection.
Some connections are across two fuses so need a second screwdriver and long nose pliers .
The doubles are fiddly but once you work it out, it's still...
Couldn't handle the cheap eBay key so got a full set of new locks from Toyota, ignition, doors fuel caps and glove box.... $480
Could have got a set from Toyota with just the ignition and doors, $300
Locksmith wanted $60 to change each fuel cap barrels to match ($120) but that would have left...
Worth pointing out that my aftermarket replacement ignition barrel and door locks have a different cheaper style key to OEM.
Now I need to carry an original key for fuel caps and another for the door/ignition.
You can't get the fuel cap barrels swapped either.....
My money pit of an early 2006 HZJ79R is trying my patience
Sprayed lubricant down the keyhole of the ignition barrel as the key release button was getting sticky.
Now I have to wobble my key to turn on the ignition.
I'm going to assume my ignition barrel was full of gunk...
Early 2006 HZJ79R
When I first twist the knob to turn on my low beam it works fine.
Occasionally when I flick the stalk forward for main beam my lights will go out for 2 or 3 seconds.
After that it usually works fine