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Old 06-10-2016, 10:18 AM   #1
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2016 FR-S Service Manual & Wiring Diagram

I wanted to find the service manual for my new car, but couldn't find a copy on eBay or the net; Toyota told me how to access it via their TechInfo site, but since $15 only gave me access for 2 days (well the rest of the first day and a whole second day ~32 hours) I figured I'd save a copy offline. A friend let me use his server so you guys can access it, I'll put it in a downloadable cd image after you've checked it.

https://demos.starbase7.net/t3Portal/

I'd appreciate it you guys could browse around and let me know if anything is broken or if any files are missing (dev tab, F12, of browser will report missing files, 404, while browsing)...

Also, does anyone have a Test Drive Card I can use to re-access TIS? There were a few more things I wanted to grab for my car while I was there (and don't really feel like re-paying to access it)...

2017/02/09: Updated to Include all FR-S models with some extras... (also have some more data in pdf form I need to post some time...)

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I guess no single file PDF?
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I guess no single file PDF?
The thought had crossed my mind, but ultimately I decided to try n clone the site instead, since I liked some of the added functionality it gave. I did a quick search and found a script that might be able to convert the service manual files to pdf, although all intra-article links will probably break. The wiring diagrams are easy since TIS already had copies of them in pdf form (the print buttons brings them up). The only issue will be some sort of table of contents / index since the pdf would be quite large...


I'll try to convert it when I get a chance...
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Old 06-13-2016, 07:49 AM   #5
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Thanks, I was going to do page by page but I saw the amount of pages then decided against..lol
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Anything *can* be done, just depends on how much work or time is needed...

Reading through that thread (which I had previously seen before I grabbed my own copy from TIS), it looks like for that vehicle ,Suburu released a copy in pdf as well as the web version, when I was in TIS I didn't see any easy pdf downloads for the 2016 FR-S, else I would have saved a few hours work...

I just tried running the conversions program I found (wkhtmltopdf) against the service manual files; It worked on my small test bunch of files, but when I ran it against the whole directory it started kicking out not found errors on stuff that does exists. It will probably take some tinkering...
I can zip the relevant directory and send it if you (or anyone else) wants to try...
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I can zip the relevant directory and send it if you (or anyone else) wants to try...
LOL I am the last person that could try that!!!!
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THank you very much for this manual! This is absolutely amazing information.

I just have a quick question. I am going to be adding a subwoofer with amp to the existing sound system and headunit in the next two weeks. My plan is to use a line out converter on the rear speaker wires (as the rear speakers are crap anyway) and use that to connect the RCA's from the amp. In the wiring diagram, do the colours of all the wires match the colour scheme of the wires at the back of the physical head unit? Or did they decide to be inconsistent and are gonna force me to figure it out the hard way?

I will be making a custom harness for this using Metra parts and will defs post my results when it is done.
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THank you very much for this manual! This is absolutely amazing information.

I just have a quick question. I am going to be adding a subwoofer with amp to the existing sound system and headunit in the next two weeks. My plan is to use a line out converter on the rear speaker wires (as the rear speakers are crap anyway) and use that to connect the RCA's from the amp. In the wiring diagram, do the colours of all the wires match the colour scheme of the wires at the back of the physical head unit? Or did they decide to be inconsistent and are gonna force me to figure it out the hard way?

I will be making a custom harness for this using Metra parts and will defs post my results when it is done.
I haven't had reason to take anything apart yet in my car, so I don't know for sure if the colors match. But looking at the wiring diagrams it does appear wire colors change when a circuit goes through a connection; ex: wire for a particular circuit is yellow coming out of one harness and continues as pink on the next.

According to the EWD the rear speakers are wired as follows:
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Headunit Pin 2 > Violet > Connector HD1* Pin 8 > Violet  > RL +
Headunit Pin 6 > Pink   > Connector HD1* Pin 9 > Lt Blue > RL -
Headunit Pin 1 > Yellow > Connector HD1* Pin 1 > Yellow  > RR +
Headunit Pin 3 > Black  > Connector HD1* Pin 2 > Pink    > RR -
*Connector HD1 - Driver Side Foot-well Left
When you get a chance to work on it, let me know if the colors match...
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Anything *can* be done, just depends on how much work or time is needed...

Reading through that thread (which I had previously seen before I grabbed my own copy from TIS), it looks like for that vehicle ,Suburu released a copy in pdf as well as the web version, when I was in TIS I didn't see any easy pdf downloads for the 2016 FR-S, else I would have saved a few hours work...

I just tried running the conversions program I found (wkhtmltopdf) against the service manual files; It worked on my small test bunch of files, but when I ran it against the whole directory it started kicking out not found errors on stuff that does exists. It will probably take some tinkering...
I can zip the relevant directory and send it if you (or anyone else) wants to try...
I will gladly take a copy and convert it to an indexed/bookmarked PDF if you're willing to send it to me. PM if you'd like, I'd love to get a copy so we can have a portable off-line copy.
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I can zip the relevant directory and send it if you (or anyone else) wants to try...
Yeh I'll try
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Rip updated to include all FR-S & Toyota 86 model years, Subaru to come at some point in the future...

Since I have the basic site structure, I am able to rip new data sets in about an hours time (I wrote down how this time :P), the EWDs take significantly more time.... I wish I had taken notes the first time...

If anybody want to share their Toyota/Subaru TIS access with me, I'd rip some stuff for them... (getting tired of paying to get more stuff)

FYI, I don't check the email associated with this account often...
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Rip updated to include all FR-S & Toyota 86 model years, Subaru to come at some point in the future...

Since I have the basic site structure, I am able to rip new data sets in about an hours time (I wrote down how this time :P), the EWDs take significantly more time.... I wish I had taken notes the first time...

If anybody want to share their Toyota/Subaru TIS access with me, I'd rip some stuff for them... (getting tired of paying to get more stuff)

FYI, I don't check the email associated with this account often...
Any chance you could package the rip for me? I've tried ripping it from your site and ran into issues (I couldn't get the images if I remember right and the links didn't work)

I was going to remake the entire thing into a .pdf with clickable links.
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