The connector is described at 4A-GEPinOut
An attempt was made to use the G1 trigger using a simple trigger configuration. The problem is that the trigger teeth are 0 or 180 degrees (depending on how you look at things) advanced from TDC.
I think that the correct way to trigger from this setup will be to use the 12 tooth NE trigger as the primary, and reset on each G1 pulse we will then be able to trigger from a specific NE tooth
Note, with this system it is impossible to determine which cylinder is firing so the injection is done simulataneously and the spark is distributed via a mechanical distributor. By considering the G signal as a reset and 1/4 of the trigger wheel you could run it with 1 spark and batch ignition firing all injectors at the same time. This would work for a plug and play application. Alternatively switch the wheel out from a later trigger unit with 1 G pulse.
This is what I was thinking, its effectively a 6 tooth + 1 sync trigger. Can anyone suggest the configuration settings for this?
Some decent scope traces.
Information on the Toyota 4A-GE timing system - distributor driven.
Later Trigger types
Toyota have developed sensors for their later engines (such as found on MembersPage/DanielHenriksson page). These use either a single tooth G trigger:
Or a twin tooth G trigger: