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#1 Old 04-30-2010, 01:14 PM
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USA 2001 ECU pinout

Does anyone have a ECU pinout diagram for a 4spd auto 2001 corolla? am currently installing e-manage and cant find one anywhere!

p.s. this forum is fantastic! so much information, am drooling while looking thru all the post
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#2 Old 04-30-2010, 01:51 PM
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There is one floating around - I'll try and find the link.

Also, I'd highly recommend against cutting any OEM wiring leading to the ECM - that is just asking for problems. They make custom wiring harnesses that allow you to tap directly off the connections. A much more robust solution and you can return it back to stock in a snap. Cost varies quite a bit, harness can go as low as $100 or so or as much as $400, depending on who makes it and for what car/EMS unit.

2002 Toyota Corolla S, 1.8L 1ZZ-FE VVT-i
2003 Toyota Matrix XRS, 1.8L 2ZZ-GE, VVTL-i (RIP)
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hummmm temping fish but no need, luckly ill never revert it back to stock (: my family has owned it since 2000 and ill prob keep the car. when i find another daily driver and give it a few more miles ill most likely strip out the car and make it a track car for the fun of it (:
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bump? btw am assuming bumping is allowed in this forum
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I ran across this on the NewCelica forum - for a 1ZZ-FE on a Celica GT/MR2 to be hooked to a Greddy Emanage.

http://www.newcelica.org/photopost/d...ageinstall.JPG

I though I had a better copy of the whole 1ZZ-FE ECM pinout laying around, but I haven't run across it yet.

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I can check my FSM this weekend. If it's in there I'll take a picture and host it up.

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I can check my FSM this weekend. If it's in there I'll take a picture and host it up.
yay thank you!
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Hmmm...this thread is almost a year old and the post of a 1zzfe ecm corolla diagram pin isnt posted yet...btw the celica ecu is differ from the corolla. i was hoping to find it here but nope...hopefully some one posted it up.
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I was curious if the 9th gen corolla has the same ecm pinout with same wiring colors, even though the ecm has a differ set up, as the 8th gen???
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Has anybody found the diagram for the ECM wiring yet?

I need to find out which wire/pin is for the VSS.

Thanks!
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I found this ECU Diagram, but it is definitely an incomplete diagram.

I also found this page justanswer

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