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Ecu pull
07-09-2018, 03:39 AM
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Ecu pull
Ok so i pulled my ecu because it seems like I’ve been having some problems and I was pretty positive it was virgin anyways so the caps need changed. The ecu part # I pulled from my car is

33920-60A10
E2T40471
8902A

My problem that I can’t seem to find a corresponding part number for my year, can anyone tell me if this is the right one.

1989 Suzuki Sidekick, 1.6L, 8V, 4wd, 2 Door, Covertible, fiberglass top or rag top

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07-09-2018, 04:42 AM (This post was last modified: 07-09-2018 04:50 AM by fixkick.)
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RE: Ecu pull
hello and welcome.
what car? ok signature 1989 Suzuki Sidekick, 1.6L, 8V, 4wd, 2 Dior, Convertible, fiberglass top
for usa cars this is all I know. from the suzuki parts manual

http://www.fixkick.com/ECU/EPC-ECU96-98/...9-95NA.pdf

8902A is my guess made in 1989, work week 02, January.
the ET codes are secrets only MITSUBISHI knows. never published.
33920 is on all ecu prefix by suzuki, 60a = first gen.
60A ecu are 1989/90s 8valve engines, super old getting hard to find.
what country?
the tag also show "US MT' ON it , if usa and is MT.
the last part A10 , there are vast versions here, based on smog rules of your country,
usa, canada, and others.

my wild guess A10 IS CANADA MARKET ECU.,
IF CAR RUNS OK, AND MOST OF THESE ARE ALL MT ECU, STICK SHIFTED, AND THE ONLY DIFFERENCE ON MOST ARE THE EGR SMOG RULES, INSIDE, (EGR failed code 51 or no code 51 DTC like seen in canada)


(07-09-2018 03:39 AM)Heady Wrote:  Ok so i pulled my ecu because it seems like I’ve been having some problems and I was pretty positive it was virgin anyways so the caps need changed. The ecu part # I pulled from my car is

33920-60A10
E2T40471
8902A

My problem that I can’t seem to find a corresponding part number for my year, can anyone tell me if this is the right one.

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07-09-2018, 04:57 AM (This post was last modified: 07-09-2018 04:58 AM by fixkick.)
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RE: Ecu pull
i did a deep search in the suzuki database
A10 = E28 market, means this only for cars sold for CANADA market,
you do know all 89s , made after about April. 1989 were made in CAMI, plant in Canada for many markets not just USA and CANADA, even Germany version, and more. before April made in Itawa Japan actual, and the VIN starts with J and not 2C.
but that ECU is for canada only, and MT only.
That ECU will have a dumber EGR logic, that you will never seen problems with that.
the egr will be ok , unless it sticks open and car stalls.
other than that, there will be no EGR issues. with canada version, ours sets code 51 if EGR fails. (well unless the smog man starts waving his fat finger, LOL)

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07-09-2018, 03:39 PM
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(07-09-2018 04:57 AM)fixkick Wrote:  i did a deep search in the suzuki database
A10 = E28 market, means this only for cars sold for CANADA market,
you do know all 89s , made after about April. 1989 were made in CAMI, plant in Canada for many markets not just USA and CANADA, even Germany version, and more. before April made in Itawa Japan actual, and the VIN starts with J and not 2C.
but that ECU is for canada only, and MT only.
That ECU will have a dumber EGR logic, that you will never seen problems with that.
the egr will be ok , unless it sticks open and car stalls.
other than that, there will be no EGR issues. with canada version, ours sets code 51 if EGR fails. (well unless the smog man starts waving his fat finger, LOL)

I haven’t had too many problems...I did a timing belt swap made sure it was perfectly in line with cylinder 4 TDC, set my lash, then set ignition timing last to cylinder 1. It seems for some reason it back fires a bit whenever I get over 55mph....It did misfire a whole lot and would almost jerk a bit when going 55 or over but I realized I was in too big of a hurry and got too excited and didn’t tighten the distributor bolt down tight enough lol....but whenever I fixed the ignition timing again i ran it up and down the road and it wouldn’t back fire a whole lot but you could still hear and feel it a little. Plus anything 3000 rpm and over the tac goes crazy(bounces from 3000 to 4000 and everywhere in between. Oh and I’m getting 15mpg right now. So I wanted to pull the ecu and make sure there wasn’t a problem there, I had a lot of other stuff to do to it interior wise anyways. Tank you for the awesome information if you have any pointers or advice on my problem I am all ears.

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07-09-2018, 03:44 PM
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By the way my vin starts with JS4T

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07-09-2018, 09:49 PM
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(07-09-2018 03:44 PM)Heady Wrote:  By the way my vin starts with JS4T

cool, a real made in Japan car.
you never said what country you live in.
nor of you get smog tested. there.

here are the body tags
the huge white tag under the hood , look up
or the blue tag on firewall next to the battery.
in canada , back then , they had gray market cars there. but you'd have called it a vitara if it was that.
The ECU matches your car and country, in all cases.


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07-10-2018, 12:41 AM
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I’m in the US, MIssouri. My body tag on the fire wall just says

Color. OAA

Everything else like type, and engine is blank...but my hood sticker is the really weird one from 1989. It’s image 5 on the link you sent me.

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07-10-2018, 12:59 AM (This post was last modified: 07-10-2018 01:04 AM by fixkick.)
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OK USA it is located)
but there is hood sticker on all USA cars
open hood look up and under , see that huge white sticker there? they all have this unless hood , off other car ? or stripped and painted or from china as clone.
it will say SUZUKI on the top even Trackers have that word.
It will at the bottom show,
for usage in USA federal compliant "conforms" or even California.
see this?
im answering your questions on ECU, they match both cars, country and engines and transmissions, and more.
the newer the car the worse this gets.
here is a real 89 Calif .

[Image: 89California.jpg]


here is a USA ECU, see the words MT? see the word US (means FOR USA only )(but this one is USA AT , see?) labels matter, all seen there,
see this?
[Image: TAG-ecu-real-w1.jpg]



my best guess sofar
is car is USA car with Canada ECU. A10
because of the internet and ebay in this modern world cars can get ECU from anywhere on the planet, and be wrong.

but personally i bet your a10 is fully ok.
why not post symptoms first?




(07-10-2018 12:41 AM)Heady Wrote:  I’m in the US, MIssouri. My body tag on the fire wall just says

Color. OAA

Everything else like type, and engine is blank...but my hood sticker is the really weird one from 1989. It’s image 5 on the link you sent me.

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07-10-2018, 01:08 AM
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RE: Ecu pull
image 5 is here
http://www.fixkick.com/specs/Body-TAGS/h...age_5.html

image 5 clear as day shows this car is for Canada only. (says not comply with USA EPA rules)
if your car has a sticker like that , its and A10 CANADA ecu.
Now someone registered a Canada car in USA, be sure not to tell the DOT that. or bad things can happen.
but DOT rules in each stated are different. so no comment. (unless you moved to Calif, omg)

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07-10-2018, 01:09 AM
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RE: Ecu pull
what is the car doing wrong?

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