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ECU Dear Sir, My name is Ashvind, I am from Mauritius. I need some help from you about Toyota 4A-FE Engine. I am removing a diesel engine, an trying to install a Toyota 4A-FE Engine. Sir, can you tell me the 4A-FE ECU Pin Table, so as I can install the engine. Sir, please try the best and please send me a message a s soon as possible. Yours faithfully Ashvind.

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    I am trying for thelongest while searched all over the web and cant find what i need to wire my car properly can someone please help

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I regret to tell you this, but, the whole truth is: Taking out a diesel and installing a 4AFE will require you to change the entire engine room wiring harness (including the fusebox), the proper 4AFE (manual or auto trans ECU), the fuel pump and the fuel filter, the air intake system, and most def the dashboard harness (which also connects to the ECU). What you have here is 2 entirely different worlds, gasoline vs diesel.
Sorry.
I would not recommend you to undertake this job, unless you have a complete "donor" vehicle for the abovementioned parts.

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Fig. 1: Exploded view of the oil pan assembly-4A-F and 4A-GE engines

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