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Old 08-03-2009, 07:49 PM
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2TR-FE ECU Pinout diagram

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I'm in search for ECU Pinout diagram for 2008 2TR-FE.
I've searched the forums but couldn't find it.
Can you give me some directions ..

Thanks,
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Old 08-03-2009, 08:01 PM
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I dont think you will find it here .
but try this

https://techinfo.toyota.com

its all I got for you man!!
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Old 08-04-2009, 02:59 AM
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Thanks RMA...

but need to subscribe to get access
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Originally Posted by xtremez View Post
Thanks RMA...

but need to subscribe to get access
Don't know if you have found a free one or not but here is where I found mine.

http://ncttora.com/fsm/05+/index.html
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...and if that don't work goto https://www.toyota-4runner.org/redir...a.com%2FFSM%2F

and search around. The other two links are from the site but for whatever reason when I text click on them they don't work.
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Next step: Finally got around to pulling the motor and transmission from the Hilux. It wasn't bad and I ended up getting it done by myself. I unbolted the motor from the transmission and cherry picking the motor from the front and then dropping the transmission from the bottom.

Had to remove the hood in order to pull out the 22r

Time to say good bye to the tried and true 22R

Hardest thing about this was removing the two bolts all the way in the back, sandwiched between the firewall and the tranny, holding the tranny to motor. Took me a good 40 mins to get the bolts out 1/2 turn at a time!!!

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Try an many extensions as you have, i had about 36" of extensions. Its worked for me one time.
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Try an many extensions as you have, i had about 36" of extensions. Its worked for me one time.
This is what has worked for me in the past
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Wireing

Got any info on how much wiring was involved. Like how did you trick the ECU to thinking the auto tranny is still there. Im about to do a reverse swap. Im putting a 90s 22r 5 speed tranny into a 09 automatic 2tr tacoma. I miss the feel of a 5 speed tranny plus the 4 speed auto is gutless in this thing.
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