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Old 01-25-2010, 10:51 PM
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Where do I get a Toyota inspection light?
I want to plug it into my factory provided "inspection light plug."

Ever wonder what the funny IOI looking port is down there next to the hood release on your mini truck? That's where you plug in your factory Toyota 12V trouble light.

Now. Where do I get one of these fabled lights?! Any ideas?
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:04 PM
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Wow! Thanks, Mike. That's about it. I wonder if some models used a plastic plug in the middle to help hold things plugged in? I knew I asked in the right place. What was that... 1 minute? amazing!

Man, that looks like a plain old lamp cord plug! I wonder if the added middle hole/peg was to keep folks from plugging it into 120V?
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I got mine from $OR years ago...Still sitting in the original packaging
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I picked one up but have not gotten around to getting a bulb for it. On my 40 the plug is in the glove box.
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On my 40 the plug is in the glove box.
piggies are under the hood. i even have the factory plug covers
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piggies are under the hood. i even have the factory plug covers
I am aware of the plug in the glove box plug in my pig. I am curious were the plug under the hood is.
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