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FS: 2003 Manual GTS ECU...Perfect for an 05 Swap... #390940 Feb 3, 6:55pm Feb 3, 6:55pm
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Saint Louis, MO
slidr OP
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slidr OP
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2000 Toyota Celica

Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 3,077
Saint Louis, MO
FS: 2003 Manual GTS ECU...Perfect for an 05 Swap...
I've got an almost brand new and perfectly working 03 ECU for the Manual GTS. Perfect to swap into an 05 in order to get rid of the rev limiter, and you need an 03 or 04 ECU since the 00-01's don't support the DBW function.

PM me with offers.

This seller is located near: SOUTH COUNTY, MO

Re: FS: 2003 Manual GTS ECU...Perfect for an 05 Swap... [Re: slidr] #390941 Feb 4, 6:27pm Feb 4, 6:27pm
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Orange Park, Florida
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what is a dbw function?

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