Ecu

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  1. Rix86

    Rix86 New Member

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    So.....I kinda need to know what car I need to get the ecu from. Have 2, neither of which match . I'm pretty sure the engine came from an LS but I think the wire harness might be SC but I'm really not sure.
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    There's the connectors
     
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    The 40/40/40 loom/ecu came out on uzz30/31/32 soarer and sc400 And also the Japanese uzs141 crown. The easiest difference is the soarer/sc400 the single 40 is part of the engine harness whereas the crown the single 40 is part of the dash harness.
     
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    Excellent thank you . Was a domestic market car afaik .
    Any idea on years?
     
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    I have seen them from about 1990 through to around 94.
     
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    Perfect thanks .
     
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    Anyone wanna trade for an LS ecu? lol
     

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