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Need pin #'s for ECM module plugs for 1998 Camry 4 cyl

I'm trying to install an aftermarket cruise control on said vehicle. I need the pin #'s layout for each plug in the ECM module location. Thank you in advance.

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  • James Epstein Nov 26, 2008

    My e-mail is jepstein@frontiernet.net. On my Camry, there are no #'s etched on or anywhere within the 3 plugs that are plugged into the ECM module.

  • James Epstein Nov 26, 2008

    Ed:

    Yes I did receive the .pff. So far the VSS lead has been identified as being on E7 pin 9 Violet/White. Now for the tach lead that I have not been able to locate. The book that was sent ot me from Rosta, said its on E9 pin 15 and that's it's a black wire. I have a brown/white on pin 15. Can you shed any light on the location of the tach lead? Also where can I send a donation etc.?

  • James Epstein Nov 26, 2008

    immobilizer????? I haven't got a clue what that is. It is a Calif. car. if that's any help.

  • James Epstein Nov 26, 2008

    Ed:

    The tach wire finction is a safety feature of the Global Cruise. On Automatic cars if the trans is knocked into neutral while the vehicle is in motion and the cruise is on, the tach wire will disengage the cruise before engine over-reving. The book says that it does not have to be connected but not recommended. I can see why. I'm still looking and still reading the mfg's brochure. Thanks again.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    I have the pinout that you want.

    But, it is a .pdf, and we cannot post ,pdfs here.

    Post your e-mail, I will send it to you.

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Your pinout .pdf has been sent. Thanks for choosing FixYa!

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  • Toyota Ed Nov 26, 2008

    DId you get the .pff, and is it what you were looking for?

  • Toyota Ed Nov 26, 2008

    With or without immobilizer? I'll sort it out for you.

    Donation?

    The graciousness of a FixYa rating is all that is needed. Thanks.

  • Toyota Ed Nov 26, 2008

    Immobilizer is another word for an anti-theft device; the key has a transponder.

    3 plug ECM = no immoblizer 4 plug ECM = Immobilizer...

    What is your cruise module looking for from the tach wire? 5 VDC, or pulse generation? On the remote starters that I have done in the past, I have had great success with IGT1 and/or IGT2, which is pulse on the non-immobilizer ECM.

  • Toyota Ed Nov 26, 2008

    Look at the back of the ECM for a Black and Orange wire, This is the tach feed.

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