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Data Link Connector 3 layout

Data Link Connector 3 or otherwise known as the connector that OBD-II scanners are connected to in order to read DTCs - data trouble codes. There are 16 ports on this connector. Number 4 is CG - chassis ground. Number 12 is identified as TS; number 13 as TC. I have searched thru a number of documents and am unable to determine what TS and TC stand for. Thanks for your time.

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Terminals 12 and 13 are not standard. Manufactures can use them as they see fit. I'm not as familiar with Toyota as some. From what I can find terminal 12 (TS) seems to be associated with some Toyota 4Runner feature called "slip". Terminal 13 (TC) is another Toyota feature called Timing Check. I hope this helps you.

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