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Metra AX-TOYUSB-2 USB Port Cable

Allows you to connect the factory USB port on select 2010-up Toyota vehicles to a new car stereo

Item # 120TOYUSB2

Metra's AX-TOYUSB-2 cable allows you to keep the factory USB port in your Toyota when you install a new car stereo.

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About the Metra AX-TOYUSB-2 USB Port Cable

Keep your Toyota's USB port

Metra's AX-TOYUSB-2 cable allows you to keep the factory USB port in your Toyota when you install a new car stereo. One end of the cable connects at the factory Multi-Media Interface ECU, an electronics module located in the dash or console depending on the specific vehicle, while the other end plugs into the USB port on the back of your new car stereo. You must install a car stereo with a rear USB port. Warranty: 60 days.

Keep your Toyota's USB port

Metra's AX-TOYUSB-2 cable allows you to keep the factory USB port in your Toyota when you install a new car stereo. One end of the cable connects at the factory Multi-Media Interface ECU, an electronics module located in the dash or console depending on the specific vehicle, while the other end plugs into the USB port on the back of your new car stereo. You must install a car stereo with a rear USB port. Warranty: 60 days.

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USB Adapter Harness: The AX-TOYUSB-2 lets you retain the factory USB port in select 2010-up Toyota vehicles when replacing the factory radio with an aftermarket head unit that features a rear USB input.

Note: Additional kit and harness will be necessary to replace your Toyota factory radio with an aftermarket receiver.

CarPlay & Android Auto Incompatibility: The AX-TOYUSB-2 is not compatible with CarPlay or Android Auto.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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I bought this so I can plug my thumb drive into the front of my dashboard instead of having a wire leading to the back of my head unit lying on th floor of my truck. [ ED  Mar 04, 2019 ]
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Shopping [ Dohm  Feb 05, 2019 ]
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need them for the install [ TIMOTHY P  Dec 30, 2018 ]
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Crutchfield told me to. [ Rebecca Beard  Nov 15, 2018 ]
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Adapts to factory installed usb port, not additional cable in cab. [ Floyd  Sep 22, 2018 ]
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Replacing the factory radio. [ Alan  Sep 21, 2018 ]
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I wanted to install USB cable input somewhere on the dash so I can easily plug in my iPhone or Android device. [ Michael  Aug 24, 2018 ]
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So I could use the factory USB port. [ Trevor  Aug 16, 2018 ]
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connect factory usb functionaltiy [ D  Aug 09, 2018 ]
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Simply because Kevin recommended it [ stephen  Jul 22, 2018 ]
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Have the built in USB, this keeps that functionality [ Glenn  Jul 10, 2018 ]
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Because it was suggested [ Thomas Charles  Jun 24, 2018 ]
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To retain my USB port. [ Jamie  Jun 06, 2018 ]
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Part of recommended accessories for radio unit [ TTutt  Apr 29, 2018 ]
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So my stock USB port would work with the new system. [ Larry  Mar 22, 2018 ]
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came with the kit [ Kevin  Feb 27, 2018 ]
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I like the idea of keep my cars ups port [ Alejandro  Nov 24, 2017 ]
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our site said I needed this for my specific install. [ Gary  Nov 11, 2017 ]
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I chose this for easy connection [ Mark  Oct 31, 2017 ]
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The stereo I purchased had a USB connection on the face and at the rear. I like the location of the factory USB port so got this adapter so that I would have a cable connection going to the front of the stereo getting in the way. [ JARED  Oct 29, 2017 ]
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To run flash drive music in my truck [ Jamon  Oct 12, 2017 ]
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To retain use of my factory USB connection. [ Lawrence Hanson  Aug 24, 2017 ]
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Good quality [ Charles  Aug 10, 2017 ]
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To see if it works on factory plug [ DAVID  Jul 29, 2017 ]
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Recommended to work with factory USB already there. [ STACY L  Jul 20, 2017 ]
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For installation [ DAVE  Apr 15, 2017 ]
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is needed so factory installed aux USB port will work [ Bruce  Mar 26, 2017 ]
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Ease of installation [ Kyle  Feb 19, 2017 ]
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So I could maintain factory use of my usb/ auxiliary switch in my truck [ Andrew  Feb 17, 2017 ]
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Want to keep my factory USB in new radio [ Russell  Feb 05, 2017 ]
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I chose this because I wanted to maintain a clean factory appearance with my vehicle. [ Nathan  May 12, 2016 ]
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Recommended by the advisor [ Drue  Jan 28, 2016 ]
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2 questions already asked

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2012 Tacoma This does not seem to fit my 2012 Tacoma TRD Sport without JBL and Nav. The instructs are not clear, I assumed it would just plug in with the other connection provided, but it does not. Am I supposed to plug it into the module behind the glove box? If so, he cable will be too short. I am trying to maintain the factor look, but will add another USB connection in the dash if needed.
[ Michael  Jan 20, 2019 ]
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You need to plug it in the factory usb connector near the glove box. Google is your friend
[ thomas  Jan 20, 2019 ]
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I'm not sure on the comparability with a Tacoma but it worked on my FJ cruiser between my Sony head unit and factory USB outlet. I would imagine it would work as long as the Tacoma plug has that type connector.
[ Christian  Jan 20, 2019 ]
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Does this part connect thru the OEM in-dash USB/AUX connector?
[ Jim  Dec 30, 2014 ]
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Maybe I'm totally confused, but I could not see any possible configuration for the cable to work in my Tundra and returned it to Crutchfield.
[ Ronnie  Jan 02, 2015 ]
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not sure I called crutchfield for assistance on this cable but they had no idea where it plugged into
[ Desi  Jan 02, 2015 ]
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It connects the oem ish connector to the aftermarket stereo. It was a bit difficult to locate the plug though. It is way over under the passenger side kick panel.
[ Christopher  Jan 02, 2015 ]
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I have one on my 13 Tundra with an Alpine ics-x7hd HU and the brown end needs to be plugged into what I believe is the multi-media interface (located under the left side of the glove box). Once you remove the radio and HVAC controls you will be able to see it from that opening as well. The plug connector you need to plug into is the same color as this cable and there is only 1. The USB will plug into the USB port on the rear of your HU. It is a Pain to get to.
[ christopher  Jan 01, 2015 ]

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