im currently fitting the engine 4efte in a hyundai accent so do i need to fit map sensor in my induction box?
Everything that came from the Starlet Glanza V ep91 with automatic transmission. I swapped the engines and the only thing I kept is the Corolla gearbox. Mechanically it’s perfect. I’m changing the fuel pump on Wednesday because apparently the Corolla fuel pump is too small and it doesn’t keep fuel pressure in the rail.What harness and ECU did you use?
I’m trying to figure out the Corolla taco input voltage. I’m having issues to match the starlet Glanza tacho output Voltage pulse with the 98 Corolla rpm tacho. The Corolla is a new generation electric ignition with dedicated ECU RPM pinout. The Starlet doesn’t have it and this is why the tacho goes nuts. Can you help?All JDM models have a 112mph speed limiter. Its built into the ecu.
Thank you very much. I’m going to speak to my brother who came with it on oscilloscope and checked out the input and output pins on the ECU. The FTE tacho RPM output reaches 50 V. The Corolla input is a 5 V. He should be able to make a circuit with a filter to adopt it. I forwarded your post do you understand if the starlet automatic taco could be used in the Corolla cluster.Took a look through the ep91 manuals (not sure how close they are to the 4efte).
Is there a possibility of adapting a glanza tachometer to the corolla cluster? I found the remains of one from an automatic V in the stockpile earlier.