Anyone with access to alldata want to look up a pinout for me?

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  1. troidus

    troidus Long timer

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    Looks like I'm going to have to switch to a 2013 Highlander FWD ABS module to be compatible with the Highlander rear hubs I'm using (and then install Highlander front ABS sensors in the Camry knuckles), but don't know the pinout for the ABS controller under the hood. I have an alldatadiy subscription for the Camry, so I can see that pinout, but would prefer to not have to add a vehicle just to look at one connector layout for the Highlander. Thanks.
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  2. brianbrannon

    brianbrannon They'll ride up with wear

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    But why?
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  3. troidus

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    Bigger brakes for towing.
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  4. troidus

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    Specifically, my Camry came with 275mm discs and 230mm drums. I now have 308mm discs on the rear, and will install 328mm discs up front when I next need brakes. The Highlander rear knuckles bolted right on, but the ABS sensor technology in them is different and incompatible with my controller. I'm hoping the Highlander controller is pin-compatible, or at least uses the same connector shell.
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  5. brianbrannon

    brianbrannon They'll ride up with wear

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    Front speed sensors will need to be the same type

    Master cylinder will need changed

    Having bigger brakes on the rear than the front will make you crash
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  6. troidus

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    It looks like the front sensors will fit in the Camry knuckles. The MC mounts differently, so I need to look at the brake booster, too. What I'm running into is that the fronts will lock before the rears, so I have to mind my following distance until I get things sorted.
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