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Aug 3, 2:07pm - #5506 
Celica ECU

2001 ECU and 2002 ECU. I was thinking to change the ECU on my 2002 Celica to 2001 ecu, I was just wondering if this change is possible. I'm also thinking to change the 02 ecu to 01 ecu or just get aftermarket ecu for the 02 celica.


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Aug 3, 5:27pm - #5507 
If your trying to change the rev limiter there's a little more work involved, if your just changing ECU's then yes the swap should work. There are a few things different look at newcelica.org in the tech forum for the wireing harness pic's and documents. As far as the rev limiter you will need a knock sensor and the and the wirering clip that attaches to it.


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Aug 3, 9:17pm - #5508 
As far as the rev limiter you will need a knock sensor and the and the wirering clip that attaches to it.[/QB][/QUOTE]

I think the celica got a knock sensor already right?


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Aug 3, 9:47pm - #5509 
01 to 02 ECU seems kinda hussle to install what about 03 celicas do they have the same ecu fittings.

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