MMMM...I dont think so. You might email Toyotafan, Steve might have the info you need he just did it on his 95 I believe.Ranger498 said:i guess it can be done but you will also need a new engine harness i belive and some other nick nacks.
i know aem doesnt make 2 different versions, but i was assuming the only reason he wanted to go obdii was to datalog, and with the aem you can do plenty of thatLagtime said:Plug and play.
AEM doesn't make 2 different versions of their standalone for OBDI & OBDII Supras, do they?
Your only issue will be the "Check Engine" light from the 2nd O2 sensor, you'll need an O2 simulator.
I am not a serious auto-x or drag racer either yet I use an AEM? If you are hardcore enough to want to datalog, you are hardcore enough to get an AEM.Grumpy said:As for the AEM, I refuse to go with it. I am not a serious autox or drag racer.
i thought this would be a simple question for the more knowledgable heads in the forums. yes/no/not sure?*wishlist*supraTT said:i thought obd2 had a bunch of extra sensors that obd1 didn't have. so all that's needed to keep the check engine light from coming on is the o2 simulator?
As far as I know the sensors are pretty much the same. OBD2 just monitors a lot more parameters. Installing the o2 simulator cured my check engine light and my car is running great. Stay tuned though, some people like Sol have been having some rich idle problems after switching to OBD2.*wishlist*supraTT said:i thought obd2 had a bunch of extra sensors that obd1 didn't have. so all that's needed to keep the check engine light from coming on is the o2 simulator?
*wishlist*supraTT said:thanks toyotafan.
SupraSol, please updated us/me on what happens after you've wired it in. pm me if you would rather not post it up. thanks.