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Toyota ISO Adapter Wiring Diagram

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 19-05-2011

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Toyota MR2 Rev2-3 and Celica VX Plug-In Installation and Configuration Manual

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 11-11-2011

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Pre-Installation Before installing theVi-PEC VX ECU into the vehicle some pre-installation checks must be performed. 2.1 Injector Impedance Injector impedance is important and needs consideration before installing the ECU. 2.1.1Toyota ECUs The Toyota VX Plug-In ECUs are NOT designed to be used directly with low impedance injectors. All models that this ECU is designed for are fitted with high impedance injectors from factory. This means that the ECU is plug-in compatible with factory fitted injector combinations on all models. If low impedance injectors are to be fitted then a ballast resistor pack will be required. Contact your Vi-PEC dealer for further information.
Installation 7 © 2009 Vi-PEC 3 Installation This guide provides information on correctly and safely installing your new Vi-PEC VX Plug- In ECU. 3.1 ECU Handling Procedures WARNING!!! The following installation process will require handling of both the Vi- PEC ECU and factory ECU. Both of these are highly sensitive to electrostatic discharge and are easily damaged. Follow the anti-static precautions given in this manual carefully to avoid damaging electronic components. Warranty claims for ECUs damaged by electrostatic discharge will NOT be accepted. ANTI-STATIC HANDLING GUIDELINES Your body builds up an electrical charge as you move around. This charge can reach very high voltages. Whenever given the opportunity this energy will attempt to discharge (usually through your finger tips!). This can be fatal to most electronic components. Most people have experienced an electrostatic discharge when they step out of their car or touch a metal bench top. 1. The following guidelines describe precautions that can be taken to reduce the possibility of damaging your ECU: 2. Work only on a conductive surface. A clean steel bench is suitable. 3. Always wear a wrist strap that is electrically connected to the conductive working surface. 4. Touch the working surface regularly. 5. Do NOT touch components on the circuit board. 6. Where possible, only handle the ECU by its plastic header. 7. Do NOT carry the ECU around without anti-static packaging. 8. Do NOT touch the bare terminals in the ECU header. Observing the above procedures will minimise the chance of damaging the ECU. Note that failure due to static damage often does not appear until well after it was caused

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1987-1988 Toyota Supra EMS P/N 30-1110 Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 21-03-2012

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1) Removing the Stock Engine Control Unit a) Access the stock Engine Control Unit (ECU). The location of the ECU on the Toyota Supra is behind the Glove box. b) Remove the Phillips head screw on the bottom of the glove box hinge. Remove the glove box by tilting the box at an angle from side to side and slide it toward you. c) Carefully disconnect the wiring harness from the ECU. Avoid excessive stress or pulling on the wires, as this may damage the wiring harness. Some factory ECU’s use a bolt to retain the factory connectors, and it must be removed before the harness can be disconnected. There may be more than one connector, and they must all be removed without damage to work properly with the AEM ECU. Do not cut any of the wires in the factory wiring harness to remove them. d) Remove the fasteners securing the ECU to the car body, and set it aside. Do not destroy or discard the factory ECU, as it can be reinstalled easily for street use and troubleshooting. 2) Install the AEM Engine Management System. a) Plug the factory wiring harness into the AEM ECU, and position it so that the wires are not pulled tight or stressed. Secure it with the provided Velcro fasteners. NOTE: The fourth 6 position factory connector is not used with the AEM EMS. b) Plug the comms cable into the EMS and into your PC. c) Turn your ignition on but do not attempt to start the engine. d) Upload the base calibration file (.cal) that most closely matches your vehicle’s configuration. (These files can be found in the AEMPro/Startup Calibrations/Toyota folder on your computer’s hard drive) e) Set the throttle range: Select the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Throttle Range and then follow the direction given on the screen. f) Verify the ignition timing by selecting the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Ignition. Use a timing light and compare the physical timing numbers to the Parameter Ignition Timing displayed. Use the Advance/Retard buttons to make the timing number match

1993-1998 Toyota Supra TT EMS P/N 30-1100 Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 20-03-2012

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Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product. 1) Removing the Stock Engine Control Unit a) Access the stock Engine Control Unit (ECU). The location of the ECU on the Toyota Supra is under the passenger firewall carpet and has a black cover that is removed by 4 10 mm nuts. b) Carefully disconnect the wiring harness from the ECU. Avoid excessive stress or pulling on the wires, as this may damage the wiring harness. Some factory ECU’s use a bolt to retain the factory connectors, and it must be removed before the harness can be disconnected. There may be more than one connector, and they must all be removed without damage to work properly with the AEM ECU. Do not cut any of the wires in the factory wiring harness to remove them. c) Remove the fasteners securing the ECU to the car body, and set it aside. Do not destroy or discard the factory ECU, as it can be reinstalled easily for street use and troubleshooting. d) Make sure any aftermarket electronics are COMPLETELY and properly removed before starting the vehicle. 2) Install the AEM Engine Management System. a) Plug the factory wiring harness into the AEM ECU, and position it so that the wires are not pulled tight or stressed. Secure it with the provided Velcro fasteners. b) Plug the comms cable into the EMS and into your PC. c) Turn your ignition on but do not attempt to start the engine. d) Upload the base calibration file (.cal) that most closely matches your vehicle’s configuration. (These files can be found in the AEMPro/Calibrations/Toyota folder on your computer’s hard drive) e) Set the throttle range: Select the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Throttle Range and then follow the direction given on the screen f) Verify the ignition timing by selecting the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Ignition . Use a timing light and compare the physical timing numbers to the Parameter Ignition Timing displayed. Use the Advance/Retard buttons to make the timing number match. 3) You are now ready to begin tuning your vehicle. a) Note: This calibration needs to be properly tuned and is not recommended for street use. NEVER TUNE YOUR VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING.

Toyota Hilux, Toyota Fortuner 2.5L And 3.0L Unichip PnP Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 07-11-2011

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1. Disconnect the truck’s battery. Using a 10mm wrench, disconnect the truck’s battery at the negative terminal in the engine compartment . 2. Expose the ECU behind the passenger’s side glove compartment. i. (Photo 1) Fully o pen the glove box. ii. Gently push in on both sides of the glove box to release the stops located on the rear edge; pull the glove box toward the rear of the truck to release it from the pivot clips. 3. Install the PnP Harness i. (Photo 2) Locate the OEM ECU mounted vertically in the center of the opening. ii. Disconnect the OEM plugs from the ECU. Note: Each ECU connector has a small release tab which must be depressed to remove the plug. DO NOT FORCE THE PLUGS; if a plug is difficult to remove, try pushing it in and then pulling it back out while depressing the release tab. iii. Remove the protective plastic from one side of the long kit supplied Velcro strip and apply it to the smaller flat side of the PnP harness (same side as the looms). iv. (Photo 3) Remove the other protective plastic strip from the Velcro on the PnP harness and position the PnP case between the OEM ECU and the heater blower motor with the flat side against the blower motor; firmly press the Velcro against the OEM ECU to secure it in place. Photo 1 Clips Photo 2 PnP Harness Photo 3
v. (Photo 4) Plug all four PnP Plugs into the corresponding OEM ECU connectors. Each plug is keyed to only fit into the correct connector and which should audibly “click” when inserted correctly – both into the ECU and PnP harness. vi. Plug all four OEM plugs into the corresponding PnP Connectors. Each plug is keyed to only fit into the correct connector and which should audibly “click” when inserted correctly – both into the ECU and PnP harness. 4. Install the Unichip Computer i. Attach the remaining kit supplied Velcro strip to the back side of the Unichip Computer. ii. Remove the remaining protective plastic from the Velcro on the back of the Unichip Computer. iii. (Photo 5) Position the Unichip Computer against the bulkhead at the side of the glove box opening and press it firmly in place. iv. Plug the PnP loom’s 18-pin Molex Plug labeled Unichip into the Unichip Computer’s connector

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Burien Toyota 5SFE Turbo Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 17-06-2011

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The following parts are not required, but you may want to have on hand: 9 Fresh Toyota engine coolant 9 New engine oil (preferably synthetic) and new Toyota oil filter 9 New parts to perform a tune-up (spark plugs, distributor cap & rotor). If you do replace your plugs, you may want to use a colder plug to reduce the chance of detonation. 9 New Ignition wires, if your current wires are old 9 New Toyota fuel filter (since you’re replacing the expensive injectors) 9 Shorter oil filter union from Toyota (See step #11) 9 Tie-wraps to secure vacuum lines (See step #27) 9 Shielded audio cable (See step #26.b) 9 For automatic transmissions, consider replacing the transmission fluid with a good synthetic brand and installing an ATF cooler. Burien Toyota 5S-FE Turbocharger Installation Manual Page 2 of 20Kit Contents ¾ Toyomoto exhaust manifold ¾ Garrett TB0344 turbo (Exhaust manifold and turbo charger come attached) ¾ Intermediate pipe (‘S’ shaped pipe with blow off valve attached) ¾ Down pipe (‘J’ shaped pipe with 90° bend and exhaust flange, also has mount for oxygen sensor) ¾ Turbo intake pipe (Usually attached to turbo) ¾ 90º elbow with valve cover breather hose attached (Elbow used to mount air filter) ¾ K&N air filter ¾ HKS Racing Blow-off/Pop-off valve ¾ (4) 360cc Toyota Injectors ¾ Toyota Oil pan ¾ Toyota MAP Sensor ¾ All necessary hoses, clamps, nuts, bolts, fittings, studs, gaskets and such required to install the system.

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Installation of the Smitty 5-speed Toyota Kit

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 25-10-2011

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Toyota pilot bearing: Toyota uses a ball pilot bearing which is a very accurate fit on the end of the pilot shaft. I had to sand my pilot shaft down slightly with wet/dry paper to get the bearing to be other than a force fit. You need a sliding fit for installation of the trans in the car. Pilot Tool adjustment: I believe it is necessary, or desirable at least, to tighten up the accuracy of the supplied plastic pilot tool to make sure the nose of the first-motion shaft will slide into the Toyota pilot bearing during installation of the trans. I wrapped the pilot tool with enough electrical tape so it was a perfect fit on both the pilot bearing and the clutch disc splines. 1 layer of tape around the contour of the splines did the trick. Smitty supplies an aluminum ring which holds the Toyota pilot bearing into the Healey flywheel. I used a vise to press the bearing into the ring, and a large 1-5/16 socket as a tool to hammer this into the recess in the flywheel. This was easy if you’re careful. Your lead hammer makes a dandy driver for this. Toyota Trans install: The shop manuals warn against tilting the engine into the radiator. Mine has the 6- bladed fan about 1/2″ back from the radiator and during this process it never came close to the radiator. If you have the block between the valve cover and the firewall, minor or no jacking of the engine should be necessary in order to get the Toyota trans in place. Position your trans jack or floor jack in the middle of the hole and place the Toyota trans on top of it. Lower enough to get the bell housing through the opening, then raise it back up to where the bolt holes align. Observe parallelism between the bell housing and engine flange. I believe the limiting factor here is the alignment of the Toyota pilot shaft with the pilot bearing–I believe this is at least as accurate as anything to do with the dowel bolts.

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Toyota Tundra , Sequoia NA Unichip PnP Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 22-11-2011

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1. Disconnect the truck’s battery a. Using a 10mm wrench, disconnect the truck’s battery at the negative terminal in the engine compartment. 2. Expose the OEM ECU a. (Photo 1) Locate the ECU on the passenger’s side of the engine compartment rear bulkhead. b. Rotate the top OEM plug’s grey locking lever “up” and disconnect the plug from the ECU. Note: The plugs have locking levers which must be rotated to remove and install the plugs. Do not force the locking levers or plugs c. Rotate the bottom OEM plug’s grey locking lever “down” and disconnect the plug from the ECU. Note: The plugs have locking levers which must be rotated to remove and install the plugs. Do not force the locking levers or plugs. Photo 1 ECU Photo 23. (Photo 3) Install the PnP harness. a. Install the large and small PnP Plugs into the OEM ECU and rotate the grey locking levers flush to secure them Note: The plugs have locking levers which must be rotated to remove and install the plugs. Do not force the locking levers or plugs b. Position the PnP Case vertically beside the OEM ECU, plug the small OEM plug into the PnP Case, and rotate the grey locking lever flush to secure it. The PnP Case should remain in position as shown in the photo. Note: The plugs have locking levers which must be rotated to remove and install the plugs. Do not force the locking levers or plugs c. Connect the large OEM plug into the PnP Case and rotate the grey locking lever to secure it. Note: The plugs have locking levers which must be rotated to remove and install the plugs. Do not force the locking levers or plugs

TOYOTA LANDCRUISER BRAKE CONVERSIONS SERVICE MANUAL

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 19-05-2011

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Transport Inspectors: Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models. Approved Inspection Stations (AIS): Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models for the issue of a Safety Certificate. Approved Persons: Provides sufficient guidance to ensure familiarity with approved brake system modifications to stated Toyota Landcruiser models so as to ensure consistent certification of vehicles. Vehicle owner: Provides guidance on vehicle compliance requirements. Applies to Installation of Safe Effect Integrated Braking System (SIBS) to Series 70, 75, 78, 79, 80 and 100 Series Toyota Landcruiser motor vehicles. Installation of the Corefleet Offroad Braking (Rear) (COBR) system to Series 78 and 79 Series Toyota Landcruiser motor vehicles. Objective To ensure that braking modifications carried out to the above mentioned Toyota Landcruiser vehicles are to the approved and certified standard. Background Modification approval has been issued to two applicants regarding braking modifications to a range of Toyota Landcruiser vehicles. These vehicles are commonly used in the mining and exploration industry. The standard manufacturer supplied braking systems have been considered of very high maintenance characteristics due to the nature of vehicle operations (for example, underground mining activities, harsh operating conditions). An additional model of vehicle has recently been approved and the list of approved models of vehicles amended. These vehicles are also commonly registered for use on public roads. To ensure the braking systems of these vehicles remain in a serviceable condition to prescribed standards and maintain extended service life, modified braking systems have been developed to address the harsh operating conditions that are experienced in the underground mining and exploration industries

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2004 Toyota Prius EV (Electric Vehicle) Button Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 31-03-2012

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Time and Difficulty: I found the install to be moderately difficult and pretty time-consuming (about 3 hours) ; others have found it simple and report they have done it in as little as 30 minutes. Your experience will depend on your familiarity with the tools and electronics. I, personally, found insertion of the connection pin into the HV ECU plug to be difficult and almost got the first pin irrevocably stuck in the slot. I spent quite a bit of time with that part alone. I also found threading the wire behind the dash to be fairly tricky. I think the average person, not encountering any problems, could do this job in about 1-1½ hours. Procedure in Brief: 1) Remove bottom cover of steering wheel 2) Locate and unplug flasher plug 3) Open plug and remove 1-3 unused connector pins 4) Reattach steering wheel cover 5) Dismantle part of dash (vents) and remove lower glove box 6) Locate HV ECU (gray plugs) and remove lower plug 7) Solder wire to connector pin and insert into ECU plug (#27) 8) Splice EV button ground wire into ECU plug ground wire (#1) 9) Plug ECU plug back into the ECU 10) Thread wire behind dash to opening near dimmer switch 11) Attach switch to cover and solder wires in place 12) Reassemble the dash 13) Test Procedure in Detail: *Review ALL steps before proceeding and be sure you understand all terms used and you’ve looked at all diagrams and pictures. 1) Remove the bottom cover of the steering wheel by releasing the steering wheel adjustment handle and unscrewing the silver screw in that recess. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 4 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 Then, turn the steering wheel 90 degrees right and remove the black screw that becomes visible on the right side of the steering column. Then turn the wheel 180 degrees left (90 degrees from normal position) and remove the black screw on the left side of the steering column. Carefully pull down on the lower portion of the steering column cover until it releases. Mine was a bit stiff/stuck to the upper part and you may need to carefully use a butter knife or screwdriver to start prying them apart. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 5 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 2) Locate and unplug the white flasher plug visible just on the left side of the bottom of the steering column. 3) 2 little clips keep a cover locked in place. Pull those apart and remove the cover. Inside you’ll see lines of silver connector pins–some with wires attached, some without. You should remove between 1 and 3 of those pins–2 is probably safe, 3 might be better, since if you plan to install an OEM button at some point, you’ll probably need more pins for that. (You need one pin for the procedure, but it’s handy to have a back-up.) To remove the pins, you can use your paper clip to start the process of sliding them out, and then they just pull right out. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 6 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 Stick them to a piece of tape or put them somewhere secure so you can find them later. Snap the cover back into place, and plug the flasher plug back in. 4) Replace the steering wheel cover by reversing the process. Be sure everything’s aligned properly and that there are no gaps. 5) Now you’ll need to dismantle part of the dash to get access to the ECU and other areas. First, open the top and bottom glove box doors. Squeeze the inside sides of the lower glove box together to get the catches past the portion of the dash frame that keeps the door from falling all the way open. Then pull the entire door straight toward you – it will unclip from the hinges at the bottom of the glove box. 2004_prius_evv2.doc Page 7 of 20 Last updated March 13th, 2004 You may also need to unclip the little hydraulic piston that keeps the door from falling open too quickly. Next, grasp the bottom of the silver vent piece next to the glove box. Pull it toward you firmly. It should unclip at the bottom first. Then pull the whole unit straight out

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