Question about 2003 Toyota Sequoia
If this is truly a ecu issue, it will not directly affect the true nature of the pressure at all. its just a logical read out due to the malfunctioning ecu but, the pump action is normal. if the engine is not showing signs of low or high pressure and the oil level is optimal, i see no reason to replace the ecu at this time. if your funds are limited, this isn't hurting anything at this time. its a fictitous reading due to the ECu issue.
Be sure to test the oil pumps properties. if they are ok, i woudl hold off on the ECu repair.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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