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Old 10-25-2011, 03:20 AM   #1
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Post COP Toyota #90080-19025 and 90919-02246

Hey, I was hoping a mod could add this to the COP writeup in the useful saved posts section: #90919-02246 is working on my car using 's writeup
#90080-19025 should also work because they are interchangeable

I looked everywhere for wiring/fitment info and couldnt find anything. Anyways I got 6 toyota 90919-02246 cops with pig tails for 25$ shipped off ebay )) because even though I searched and searched google/dsm forums/all miata forums including this one all I found was one post on the huge braineak cop writeup thread. On page 73 a link is posted that takes you here http://forums.pelicanparts.com/5180459-post66.html

He claims to know the pinout from toyota, but its WRONG. DO NOT FOLLOW HIS PINOUT.
Basically I'm adding the cops I succesfully got working (90919-02246). These will work perfectly well, they fit inside the valve cover and when fully seated against plug leave about a 1/4" gap between valve cover and rubber gasket on cop perfect for a hold down plate. As far as I understand, the cops I used are interchangeable with 90080-19025 so those should work also, the only difference being 90919-02246 are newer.

Wire these the same as you would wire the other cops in the writeup/follow 's diagrams.

so there. #90919-02246 is working on my car using 's writeup
#90080-19025 should also work because they are interchangeable

one other thing that I want to throw in... In my 96 the car's wiring was black-ground, brown/yellow-1/4 trigger, brown-3/4 trigger, and then my 12+ was blue instead of black white...? I even looked at pics of other 96 harness' and they had the black/white not blue. So I don't know whats up but in my 96 the 12+ was blue.
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Old 10-28-2011, 08:38 AM   #2
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good infos thanks, will cop the car this winter with that info.
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I know its an old thread, but if anyone can answer it...What are the LONGEST Toyota COP's that will work? I have a 2001, so the Valve Cover has all the bosses on it for mounting the stock dual-COP setup...everyone complains about how tough that makes it for seating the Toyota Coils, but I really want to do this mod clean...any thoughts?
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Old 02-13-2012, 05:37 PM   #4
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If you want, I can stick the 90080-19015 COPs I have into the VVT head I have and tell you how much they are off by in length.

EDIT: Tried it. The holes are smaller than on the non-VVT head and those COPs don't fit. Also, there's a lot of bosses on the VVT valve cover!

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If you want, I can stick the 90080-19015 COPs I have into the VVT head I have and tell you how much they are off by in length.

EDIT: Tried it. The holes are smaller than on the non-VVT head and those COPs don't fit. Also, there's a lot of bosses on the VVT valve cover!
Yup, the bosses are the biggest issue everyone runs into...so which ones fit with the least modification to the COP (BECAUSE I AM NOT MODIFYING MY FRESHLY POWDERCOATED VC haha)?!
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So diameter is a bigger issue than length? <thats what she said haha
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Old 02-22-2012, 05:13 PM   #7
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jpops your MS driving the (unusual) COPs issue will be solved by the circuit I just posted in the "spark out circuit" thread.
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The 02246 coils appear to be significantly stronger than the earlier Toyota COPs I tested.
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The 02246 coils appear to be significantly stronger than the earlier Toyota COPs I tested.
Drop in replacements for the usual suspect Toyota COPs?
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People still do COPS?
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The 02246 coils appear to be significantly stronger than the earlier Toyota COPs I tested.
Woohoo!
So Jason what dwell do you recommend for all around use?
Thanks for the contribution and help with them as well!
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Anyone else use the extra-strength 02246 COPs?
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