Asked by Jun 02, 2016 at 09:03 PM about the 1992 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 92 camry 5sfe manual that Just
recently blew. So I am now swaping to a
1mzfe v6 that came out of a 2000 camry
automatic. I want to keep my manual trany
that will bolt up to the v6.. My question is...
What wires do i need to splice or jump to
trick the auto ecu to make it a manual?? I've
read threw forums but no one says what
color wires need to be spliced. Just that it's
the park/neutral safty switch. I have 6 wires
on this plug.. What ones do i plice... And is
that all I need to do to make my swap work...

2 Answers


You won't "trick the 5S-FE computer into functioning 6 years older read (Ancient) and... it can't handle a 1MZFE6 if you could it would be like having a ATM machine spraying $20s at you! Stay with the old 5F-SE or update the complete car to a 2000 NOT, very practical you decide. ASK THE FORUM WHICH WIRES TO SPLICE TO MAKE A 4 DRIVER 5S-FE computer DRIVE AND FIRE SIX PLUGS AND INJECTORS AND HOW TO TRICK IT FROM A MANUAL TRANSMISSION TO HANDLE ELECTRONIC SHIFTING AN AUTO TRANSMISSION and the other "new" controls! If you really want to do this tranfer all of the 2000 model harness, INSTRUMENT CLUSTER and every electrical component into the vintage 1992 chassis then it could work..


The 5 sfe trany bolts up to an can run with the 1 mzfe v6. Its the same that runs in the v6 camry solar. But I think you misunderstood. I have the ecu to go with the 1mzfe. But it's an auto ecu. Need to know what wires to splice on the auto ecu to make it a manual

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