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Old 11-09-2010, 11:45 AM   #1
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Ecu help on 1988 4runner 22re

Ok I have been chasing my tail on codes that the part ended up testing fine so I opened up my side panel to check the ecu and fond a used ecu labeled for a 22R-T with writing on it that say it's for a 87 turbo 4runner. It is part # 89661-35050... I decided to plug in one I have here for my 1986 4runner back in Costa for a 22R # 89661-35070 and wow what a difference. The damn thing runs nice and smooth with plenty of extra power. Now what ecu part # actually is for my truck? Is it 89661-35110? Thanks for the info
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I found this gif table in case anyone else is looking for ecu part #'s: http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/Images/22RE-ECU-Table.gif
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we can't give you an accurate ecu number if we don't know if you have a cali emissions or federal emissions truck.

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89661-35110 if you have Federal Emissions

89661-35130 if you have California Emissions

Yes it matters.

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we can't give you an accurate ecu number if we don't know if you have a cali emissions or federal emissions truck.

yup that's the gif I found... I'm in Florida with this one so federal emissions and I was able able to grab a 35110 for $56.00 after shipping that's on the way already. Thanks for the help
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just because your in fla doesn't mean you only need federal emissions, what does the truck have, it matters.
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Does anyone know where I can find the Denso part numbers that associate with the Toyota numbers??? I have an ECU that does NOT have a sticker on it... I need to know what year truck it is for (late 80's I think) THANKS
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what's the denso number on it?

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The Nippon-Denso (ND) number on the circuit board is 175631-0082

But I also have one that says on the board that it is 175631-0080 but on the sticker is says 175600-0122 Toyota# 89661-35070... So basically I am confused!
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just because your in fla doesn't mean you only need federal emissions, what does the truck have, it matters.
Valid point, lucky for me it is fed, not cali
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I just had to throw that out there because I have seen at least one post asking to convert a truck from cali to fed emissions. in which you cannot do.
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