Where do you find the ECU pinouts on a Nissan?

The ECU pinouts would be listed in the Nissan’s factory service manual. The ECU pinouts would be listed in the Nissan’s factory service manual. Click to expand… I have it.. And I know the knock signal for me is pin 82, and the RPM is 36… but it’s like the listing skips some important pins in mine.

What’s the difference between a 1996 and 1997 ECU pinout?

The reason being that the newer ECUs have tougher requirements while the older ECUs does not. If you compare the ’96 ECU Pinout with the ’97 ECU Pinout you will notice that the majority of the wiring color codes match one-for-one. The ’97 ECU has one wiring standard to support both the California and Federal ECUs .

How does the ECU work in a Nissan club?

Also, the ’95 auto ECU has an OBD2 processor which communicates with the processor in the ATCU. So the ECU will know whether the ATCU is missing or when the ATCU has reported a problem.

How does the ECU know if the ATCU is missing?

So the ECU will know whether the ATCU is missing or when the ATCU has reported a problem. If you compare the ’95 ECU Pinout with the ’96 ECU Pinout you will notice that the majority of the wiring color codes match one-for-one. The ’96 ECU was a transition year for the ECU, so to speak.

Why does my Nissan club not have an ECU?

That’s because the ’95 has OBD2 related sensors that were not present in a ’93-’94 engine. So you would either have to wire-in those missing sensors (rear O2, IAT, CKP) or have a workaround to fool the ’95 ECU.

Can a 1996 Altima be plugged into a 97 ECU?

If you compare the ’96 ECU Pinout with the ’97 ECU Pinout you will notice that the majority of the wiring color codes match one-for-one. The ’97 ECU has one wiring standard to support both the California and Federal ECUs . ‚óŹ You can take a ’97 ECU and directly plug it into a ’96 California Altima…and vice-versa.