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2002 to 2009 TOYOTA CAMRY 2.4L 2AZ-FE 4-CYLINDER

About 3 months ago I bought this engine on Ebay.
My engine was shipped to the USA from Japan with low mileage.
Only problem is the Knox sensor has different wire connectors in the Japanese built model.
My car was built in the USA. The check engine light came on and the scan says there is a Knox sensor issue.
The knox sensors of the two cars apparently have different wire connectors. Anyone know what must be done to clear the error codes for good? Please help.
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Compare and contrast the different connectors.

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I would think that when installing a rebuilt/used engine and using the existing ECM (you are, aren't you?), you would install the sensors (like the knock sensor) and actuators (like the coils & injectors) consistent with the ECM (i.e. from the original engine). So I would try and install the knock sensor from your original engine (or that replacement part) and it should plug right into your existing engine wiring harness. I think that's the way it should work....maybe others can comment.

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Agree with Buckaroo. I am surprised they set you an engine with sensors attached.

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