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My 1993 LC Prado wont shift to high gear.

The original 89661-60250 ecu was damaged and replaced. I cant find same part number and the ecu was replace with 89661-3D100. The engine runs well up to 80 kph (looks like up to 3rd gear only) but will not shift to higher speed. The engine revs fine even at 4000 rpm. What could be the problem? Can any adjustment or setting needed? Thanks.

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  • chandevabhay Feb 18, 2009

    I have the same vehicle, same ECU and same problem. I found your problem listed when I searched the ECU number. Where are you located? Which country? Regards,

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.hello..can i ask you something. If you have this engine control box 89661-3D100, because i need my car is broken and it is very difficult to find this item..please if somebody has this box contact me..thanks

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The gearbox bearings will be different so you will have to change the ecu and the gearbox to get the jeep back to its original state

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