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Toyota ECU Guides

The idea behind this Toyota Auto computer blog by Mintt is to help our customers understand the importance and the benefits of having an engine control module that is programmed and working as it should. We also aim to help assist you on diagnosing anything that is not performing as it should in your Toyota vehicle and your Toyota control unit.

2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Problems

The 2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a midsize family car known to deliver fuel economy, excellent on-road performance and standard technology. It is one of the seven-passenger drive systems with an optional third-row seat that aims to give car owners enough cargo capacity. The car is said to be quicker and more refined than other hybrids like the Ford Explorer and the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. The Toyota Highlander Hybrid comes with both all-wheel-drive or front-wheel-drive configurations and five-passenger two-row seating with...


2001 Ford Ranger Problems To Not Ignore

The 2001 Ford Ranger is the next iteration in continued improvement of the Ranger lineup. It is a midsize pickup that is in the same class as other trucks from different manufacturers. It comes with a V6 engine that produces enough horsepower to move the vehicle in all conditions. The 2001 Ford comes in three different trims: XL, XLT, and Edge. The V6 engine performs well in all terrains and the air conditioning system works great. The truck provides great...

2010 Toyota Corolla 2.4L Engine Computer (PCM/ECM/ECU) Programmed Plug&Play

Common 2010 Toyota Corolla Problems To Be Aware Of

Most Toyota Corollas are viewed as inferior, especially when it comes to the 2010 Toyota Corolla. Although the downmarket interior is responsible for this, the vehicle competes well-nigh with bigger competitors. Just like Mazda mazda3, Chevrolet Cruze and Subaru Impreza, the 2010 Toyota Corolla has a considerably large clientele. These compact cars are mostly available at affordable book values and are popular among individuals who wish to keep a low profile. However, if you still prefer a classy and sporty car...