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On 6/25/2019 at 3:29 AM, jjrbus said:
Ouch! The dual rear wheel ECM are hard to find.
We had a discussion about this one time and the consensus was that other ECM's would work. I have only heard of 1 person saying they had done it.
The only thing that I can think of that might be an issue is cable drive speedometer vs electronic. The electronic speedometer sends a signal to the ECM which might cause an issue, I am only guessing at this. I do not know what years were cable vs electronic?
Googled part # this came up https://store.allcomputerresources.com/1991-toyota-truck-89661-35560-pcm-ecm-ecu-engine-computer.html
I 'm quite certain that these monitors which indicated the water tank level, the holding tanks, battery, etc. are generally inoperative and have quit working on most Toyota RV's by now. Mine quit long ago although for some reason the water pump switch still works.
My question is: Does anyone have a solution to knowing the level of fresh water in the tank under the folding bed, other than raising the bottom of the bed and examing the tank with a light, etc.?I believe the wiring from the tank up to the inoperative monitor is still in place
and I wondered if one of the ingenious members on the forum have a solution to that situation.
Thanks very much for comments.