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  1. Pterodactyl

    ECU connections to Toyota EFI Checker

    Hi Everyone I want to connect the ECU in my car to the old EFI Checker I found on Ebay. According to all the manuals, the plugs should match but they don't. The ECU serial number doesn't seem to show up on google or anywhere else yet. It would be great if I could find some more plugs and make an adaptor lead. Does anyone know here I could get some plugs like these? There are some photos here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskuFUhzr The car is a 1980 Celica XX, MA45, with M-EU engine. I'd really appreciate some new info info on this. Cheers!
  2. Pterodactyl

    Engine shutting down - fuel cut

    Hi Everyone. I have an intermittant problem has been going on for a while, perhaps several issues have been at play. On rare occasions the car would cut out completely and not start, or fire at all. When was in that state there was no fuel at the cylinders and the fuel pump not running. I could make the pump go with the test connector. It would always come right eventually so I've often thought the problem was solved after fixing some issue or another. Oxgen sensor, fuel filter and air filter have been replaced. The airflow meter was definitely not sending the right signals, it's been replaced Fuel pressure regulator was replaced but apparently I didn't need to do that Throttle position sensor is good The igniter was suspect and has been replaced i've been driving it quite a bit lately and thought all was good, but then engine cut out for moment - half a second or so - and carried on. That actually happened a few times in the past too. It hasn't cut out completely since replacing the igniter. This hardly ever happens so it'll be hard to find through testing but maybe people with experience could suggest something. This is the first time I've played with cars. I know very little but I'm reading a lot and learning slowly.