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manayan May 14, 4:46am - #178642 
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help with s-afc

can someone tell how to isntall this on my 2002 gts

and would you guys help locate the computer of the gts

asap please thanks
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imp May 14, 7:47am - #178643 
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Sorry to tell you man, but the s-afc doesn't work on the celica. The ECU will override it

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Kim May 14, 8:31am - #178644 
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not totally true, it will work at wide open throttle, with proper tunign of course. After i researched it i figured that it would not be a worthy mod since you should have a shop professionally do it, cause they can tune the device with a dyno and a very accurate A/F ratio gauge. you can try to street tune it yourself but it can be dangerous if you set it wrong, and you problably won't get it to it's full potential. that thing costs about $200 but tuning is like $500 so for me it was not worth it. oh and BTW the CPU is in the engine bay, right above the fuse box, it says "do not remove" on it.

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Illusive May 14, 2:26pm - #178645 
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Originally Posted by Kim
not totally true, it will work at wide open throttle, with proper tunign of course. After i researched it i figured that it would not be a worthy mod since you should have a shop professionally do it, cause they can tune the device with a dyno and a very accurate A/F ratio gauge. you can try to street tune it yourself but it can be dangerous if you set it wrong, and you problably won't get it to it's full potential. that thing costs about $200 but tuning is like $500 so for me it was not worth it. oh and BTW the CPU is in the engine bay, right above the fuse box, it says "do not remove" on it.



doesn't work, theres a member on n c org who did 40 or so pases on it and after 2 or 3 runs it would reset back to stock.

choose to belive it or not, it just doesn't work.

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CelicaRacer05 May 14, 8:50pm - #178646 

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Originally Posted by Kim
not totally true, it will work at wide open throttle, with proper tunign of course. After i researched it i figured that it would not be a worthy mod since you should have a shop professionally do it, cause they can tune the device with a dyno and a very accurate A/F ratio gauge. you can try to street tune it yourself but it can be dangerous if you set it wrong, and you problably won't get it to it's full potential. that thing costs about $200 but tuning is like $500 so for me it was not worth it. oh and BTW the CPU is in the engine bay, right above the fuse box, it says "do not remove" on it.


the ecu isnt in the engine bay... its in the consoul, you can get at it from the side entry way from the passenger footwell...
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spaztikid May 14, 8:55pm - #178647 
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^^^ thats not the ecu dude...
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Illusive May 14, 10:04pm - #178648 
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
Originally Posted by Kim
not totally true, it will work at wide open throttle, with proper tunign of course. After i researched it i figured that it would not be a worthy mod since you should have a shop professionally do it, cause they can tune the device with a dyno and a very accurate A/F ratio gauge. you can try to street tune it yourself but it can be dangerous if you set it wrong, and you problably won't get it to it's full potential. that thing costs about $200 but tuning is like $500 so for me it was not worth it. oh and BTW the CPU is in the engine bay, right above the fuse box, it says "do not remove" on it.


the ecu isnt in the engine bay... its in the consoul, you can get at it from the side entry way from the passenger footwell...


thats the airbag ecu.

the engine ecu is in the engine bay

it says "danger do not remove" on the cover and there are two 10mm bolts that hold the cover down.

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manayan May 14, 11:06pm - #178649 
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thanks a lot guys now i have to sell it if someone will buy it
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Tru_gts May 28, 11:54pm - #178650 
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truboo May 30, 7:37am - #178651 
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how much you pay for it?

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