! Installation Instructions for: EMS P/N 30-6100 1993-1998 Toyota Supra TT

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Installation Instructions for:
EMS P/N 30-6100
1993-1998 Toyota Supra TT
WARNING:
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This installation is not for the tuning novice nor the PC illiterate!
Use this system with EXTREME caution! The AEM EMS System
allows for total flexibility in engine tuning. Misuse of this
product can destroy your engine! If you are not well versed in
engine dynamics and the tuning of management systems or are
not PC literate, please do not attempt the installation. Refer the
installation to a AEM trained tuning shop or call 800-423-0046
for technical assistance. You should also visit the AEM EMS
Tech Forum at http://www.aempower.com
NOTE: AEM holds no responsibility for any engine damage that
results from the misuse of this product!
This product is legal in California for racing vehicles only and should never
be used on public highways.
ADVANCED ENGINE MANAGEMENT INC.
2205 126th Street Unit A Hawthorne, CA. 90250
Phone: (310) 484-2322 Fax: (310) 484-0152
Http://www.aempower.com
Instruction Part Number: 10-6100 (instructions revised Nov 2009)
 2009 Advanced Engine Management, Inc.
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Thank you for purchasing an AEM Engine Management System.
The AEM Engine Management System (EMS) is the result of extensive development on a wide
variety of cars. Each system is engineered for the particular application. The AEM EMS differs
from all others in several ways. The EMS is a standalone system that completely replaces the
factory ECU and features unique Plug and Play Technology, which means that each system is
configured especially for your make and model of car without any jumper harnesses. There is
no need to modify your factory wiring harness and in most cases your car may be returned to
stock in a matter of minutes.
For stock and slightly modified vehicles, the supplied startup calibrations are configured to
work with OEM sensors, providing a solid starting point for beginner tuning. For more heavily
modified cars, the EMS can be reconfigured to utilize aftermarket sensors and has many spare
inputs and outputs allowing the elimination of add-on rev-limiters, boost controllers, nitrous
controllers, fuel computers, etc. It also includes a configurable onboard 1MB data logger that
can record any 16 EMS parameters at up to 250 samples per second. Every EMS comes with
all functions installed and activated; there is no need to purchase options or upgrades to
unlock the full potential of your unit.
The installation of the AEM EMS on the supported vehicles uses the stock sensors and
actuators. After installing the AEMTuner software, the startup calibration will be saved to the
following folder on your PC:
C:\Program Files\AEM\AEMTuner\Calibrations\Toyota” in the AEMTuner
Multiple calibrations may be supplied for each EMS; additional details of the test vehicle used
to generate each calibration can be found in the Calibration Notes section for that file.
Please visit the AEM Performance Electronics Forum at http://www.aempower.com and
register. We always post the most current strategy release, PC Software and startup
calibrations online. On the forum, you can find and share many helpful hints/tips to make your
EMS perform its best.
TUNING NOTES AND WARNING:
While the supplied startup calibration may be a good starting point and can save considerable
time and money, it will not replace the need to tune the EMS for your specific application. AEM
startup calibrations are not intended to be driven aggressively before tuning. We strongly
recommend that every EMS be tuned by someone who is already familiar with the AEM
software and has successfully tuned vehicles using an AEM EMS. Most people make mistakes
as part of the learning process; be warned that using your vehicle as a learning platform can
damage your engine, your vehicle, and your EMS.
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Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product.
1) Install AEMTuner software onto your PC
The latest version of the AEMTuner software can be downloaded from the AEMTuner
section of the AEM Performance Electronics forums. Series 2 units are not well supported
by the older AEMPro tuning software.
2) Remove the Stock Engine Control Unit
a) Access the stock Engine Control Unit (ECU). The location of the ECU on the Supra is
behind the passenger side kick panel.
b) Carefully disconnect the wiring harness from the ECU. Avoid excessive stress or
pulling on the wires, as this may damage the wiring harness. Some factory ECUs use a
bolt to retain the factory connectors, and it must be removed before the harness can be
disconnected. There may be more than one connector, and they must all be removed
without damage to work properly with the AEM ECU. Do not cut any of the wires in the
factory wiring harness to remove them.
c) Remove the fasteners securing the ECU to the car body, and set them aside. Do not
destroy or discard the factory ECU, as it can be reinstalled easily for street use and
troubleshooting.
3) Install the AEM Engine Management System
a) Plug the factory wiring harness into the AEM EMS and position it so the wires are not
pulled tight or stressed in any manner. Secure the EMS with the provided Velcro
fasteners.
b) Plug the comms cable into the EMS and into your PC.
c) Turn the ignition on but do not attempt to start the engine.
d) The USB drivers must be installed the first time you connect to a Series 2 EMS with an
onboard USB port. When the Series 2 EMS is connected to the PC’s USB port and
receiving power from the vehicle, the “Found New Hardware” window will appear. Select
“Install from a list of specific location (Advanced)” and browse to the following folder:
C:\Program Files\AEM\AEMTuner\USB Drivers (Series 2)\
e)
With the AEMTuner software open, select ECU>>Upload Calibration to upload the
startup calibration file (.cal) that most closely matches the vehicle’s configuration to be
tuned. Check the Notes section of the calibration for more info about the vehicle it was
configured for. These files can be found in the following folder:
C:\Program Files\AEM\AEMTuner\Calibrations\Toyota\
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f)
Set the throttle range: Select Wizards>>Set Throttle Range and follow the on-screen
instructions. When finished, check that the ‘Throttle’ channel never indicates less than
0.2% or greater than 99.8%, this is considered a sensor error and may cause some
functions including idle feedback and acceleration fuel to operate incorrectly.
4) Ready to begin tuning the vehicle.
a) Before starting the engine, verify that the fuel pump runs for a couple of seconds when
the key is turned on and there is sufficient pressure at the fuel rail.
If a MAP sensor is installed, check that the Engine Load indicates something near
atmospheric pressure (approximately 101kPa or 0 PSI at sea level) with the key on and
engine off. Press the throttle and verify that the ‘Throttle’ channel responds but the
Engine Load channel continues to measure atmospheric pressure correctly.
b)
Start the engine and make whatever adjustments may be needed to sustain a safe and
reasonably smooth idle. Verify the ignition timing: Select Wizards>>Ignition Timing
Sync from the pull-down menu. Click the ‘Lock Ignition Timing’ checkbox and set the
timing to a safe and convenient value (for instance, 10 degrees BTDC). Use a timing
light and compare the physical timing numbers to the timing value you selected. Use the
Sync Adjustment Increase/Decrease buttons to make the physical reading match the
timing number you selected.
c)
Note: This calibration needs to be properly tuned before driving the vehicle. It is
intended for racing vehicles and may not operate smoothly at idle or part-throttle.
NEVER TUNE THE VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING
5) Troubleshooting an engine that will not start
a) Double-check all the basics first… engines need air, fuel, compression, and a correctlytimed spark event. If any of these are lacking, we suggest checking simple things first.
Depending on the symptoms, it may be best to inspect fuses, sufficient battery voltage,
properly mated wiring connectors, spark using a timing light or by removing the spark
plug, wiring continuity tests, measure ECU pinout voltages, replace recently-added or
untested components with known-good spares. Check that all EMS sensor inputs
measure realistic temperature and/or pressure values.
b)
If the EMS is not firing the coils or injectors at all, open the Start tab and look for the
‘Stat Sync’d’ channel to turn ON when cranking. This indicates that the EMS has
detected the expected cam and crank signals; if Stat Sync’d does not turn on, monitor
the Crank Tooth Period and T2PER channels which indicate the time between pulses
on the Crank and T2 (Cam) signals. Both of these channels should respond when the
engine is cranking, if either signal is not being detected or measuring an incorrect
number of pulses per engine cycle the EMS will not fire the coils or injectors.
c)
If the Engine Load changes when the throttle is pressed this usually indicates that there
is a problem with the MAP sensor wiring or software calibration (when the EMS detects
that the MAP Volts are above or below the min/max limits it will run in a failsafe mode
using the TPS-to-Load table to generate an artificial Engine Load signal using the
Throttle input). This may allow the engine to sputter or start but not continue running
properly.
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Application Notes for EMS P/N 30-6100
1993-1998 Supra
Make:
Model:
Years Covered:
Engine Displacement:
Engine Configuration:
Firing Order:
N/A, S/C or T/C:
Load Sensor Type:
Map Min:
Map Max:
# Coils:
Ignition driver type:
How to hook up a CDI:
# Injectors:
Injector Flow Rate:
Injector Resistance:
Injection Mode:
Knock Sensors used:
Lambda Sensors used:
Idle Motor Type:
Main Relay Control:
Crank Pickup Type:
Crank Teeth/Cycle:
Cam Pickup Type:
Cam Teeth/Cycle:
Transmissions Offered:
Trans Supported:
Drive Options:
Toyota
Supra
* 1993-1998
3.0L
I6
1-5-3-6-2-4
N/A (93-97)TT (93-98)
MAP
1.09v @ -11.7 PSI
4.98V @ 18.3 PSI
6 sequential outputs
0-5V Falling Edge trigger
Wire after igniter
6 (Inj 1-6)
550 cc/min
2.3 Ω (OEM resistor pack)
Sequential
1&2
1&2
Stepper
Yes
Magnetic (2-wire)
24
Magnetic (2-wire)
1
M/T, A/T
M/T, A/T
RWD
Supplied Connectors:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Injector Drivers:
Spare Coil Drivers:
Spare Coil Drivers:
Spare Coil Drivers:
Spare Coil Drivers:
Boost Solenoid:
EGT #1 Location:
EGT #2 Location:
EGT #3 Location:
EGT #4 Location:
Spare 0-5V Channels:
Spare 0-5V Channels:
Spare 0-5V Channels:
Spare Low Side Driver:
Spare Low Side Driver:
Spare Low Side Driver:
Spare Low Side Driver:
Check Engine Light:
Brake Switch Input:
Spare Switch Input:
A/C Switch Input:
Spare pins
Inj 7, Pin 70B
Inj 8, Pin A36
Inj 9, Pin 74B (EVAP wire)
Inj 10, Pin 75B(EGR wire)
Inj 11, Pin A19
Inj 12, Pin A17
--------PW2, Pin 60B
Pin 2B
Pin 4B
Pin 8B
Pin 67B
ADR14 Pin 24B (2k2 P/U)
ABPRESS, Pin 29A
--Low Side 7, Pin 38A
Low Side 9, Pin 68B
Low Side 11, Pin 59B
Low Side 10, Pin 6A
Switch 6, Pin 4A
Switch 3, Pin 3A
ADR11, Pin 34A
Primary Load Sensor
The factory Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor is not used as the load input in the startup calibration
as supplied by AEM. The MAF sensor has been shown to be restrictive and, therefore, AEM
recommends using the MAP sensor as the primary load input. The factory MAP sensor will
reliably read pressures up to approximately 230 kPa (18 psig) of boost. Above this pressure, it
is recommended to use a 3 bar MAP sensor or higher (Part # AEM 30-2130-50).
Fuel Pump Control
As supplied from Toyota, the OEM ECU interfaces with a fuel pump ECU to control the speed,
high or low, of the fuel pump based on load. The AEM EMS has the ability to replicate this
functionality; however it is configured in the Startup Calibration to run the fuel pump at high
speed at all times.
The EMS Output COIL8 (Pin 22A) is used to send a 5V signal instructing the OEM fuel pump
ECU to energize the fuel pump. Configuring User PW Out to use LS8 and, for example, User
PW Analog In to MAP Volts will allow the voltage sent to the fuel pump ECU to be varied in
relation to MAP Volts/pressure. Increasing the duty cycle of the LS8 output will decrease the
speed of the fuel pump.
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WARNING: Reducing the voltage sent to the fuel pump can affect fuel pump output (volume
and/or pressure). If you wish to decrease pump speed, monitor fuel pressure and air-fuel ratio
very carefully to avoid engine damage!
WARNING: Do not use pin 22A to control a fuel pump relay directly, it must be connected to
the OEM fuel pump ECU only. If an aftermarket fuel pump relay will be installed, wire it to be
controlled using a spare low side output (for instance, LS9 is available on pin 68B). Be sure to
configure the output to use the Fuel Pump function using Tools>>Configure Outputs.
EMS Fuel Map, Boost Fuel Trim Table
The 30-6100 maps provided utilize the “Boost Fuel Trim Table” to provide a 1:1 fuel
compensation above atmospheric pressure. In the startup calibration, the “Boost Fuel Trim
Table” is configured to provide twice as much fuel when the manifold pressure is twice as high;
this should help simplify the tuning process for different boost levels. Notice the values in the
main “Fuel Map” do not change above 100 kPa (0 psi boost), the fuel correction is being made
by the “Boost Fuel Trim Table.” Note: the “Boost Fuel Trim Table” must be adjusted if a
different map sensor is installed or if the Load breakpoints are adjusted. The Boost Fuel
Correct value should be set to 0 at 100 kPa, +100 at 200 kPa, +200 at 300 kPa, etc…
Sequential Ignition Coil Outputs
The 30-6100 EMS is equipped with six (6) sequential coil outputs. Ignition timing for each
cylinder can be independently trimmed if desired using the “Coil1 – Coil6 Ign Trim” tables.
Peak and Hold Injector Drivers
Injectors 1-12 include Peak (4 amps) and Hold (1 amp) injector drivers. These drivers may be
used with peak and hold or saturated type injectors. The factory Toyota wiring harness
contains a resistor pack to prevent excessive current when using low-impedance injectors with
the stock ECU. With the 30-6100 installed, users can elect to remove and bypass the OEM
resistor pack for more precise control of low-impedance injectors.
Please note that the injector response time will be different with and without the factory injector
resistor pack. If the OEM resistor pack has been removed and bypassed, please choose the
correct battery offset for your injectors using the Setup Wizard. Most battery offset wizard
configurations will specify <P&H DRIVER> if they are intended for use without a resistor pack.
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Automatic Transmission Control
The A/T Gear Desired Up and A/T Gear Desired Down maps are used to determine which
gear the car should be in depending on Vehicle Speed and Throttle position. The startup
calibration is configured to shift gears earlier at low throttle percentages and later at high
throttle percentages; this will keep the engine at a lower RPM when cruising and a higher RPM
when accelerating. The Gear Desired Up map determines when to shift up during acceleration
or when the throttle is increased. The Gear Desired Down map determines when to shift down
during deceleration or when the throttle is decreased.
Automatic Transmission: Wide Open Throttle Shifting
The A/T WOT Shift Point table is used to calibrate the RPM at which the EMS sends the
command to perform the gear change when the throttle is held above a certain percentage. If
the Throttle percentage is higher than the A/T WOT On Above option, the EMS will ignore the
A/T Gear Desired maps and activate the shift solenoids at the RPM commanded in the A/T
WOT Shift Point table. Due to the mechanical and hydraulic response time of the transmission
it will not shift at the exact RPM that the EMS commands it to. It may be necessary to set the
shift point more than 1000 RPM lower than the desired max engine RPM, please be cautious
when adjusting the WOT Shift Point table.
Automatic Transmission: Line Pressure
The Options A/T LPress 1 Period - A/T LPress 3 Period are configured in the Startup
Calibration to be 98.44 ms and must not be changed. This frequency is increased by
hardware external to the main processor and output to the transmission solenoids at 300Hz.
The table below details how the three line pressure solenoids are controlled:
AEM EMS Option
EMS Output
Toyota Name
Pin
Function
A/T LPress 1 Valve
PW1
Sol No5
12B
Line Pressure
A/T LPress 2 Valve
HS1
Sol No4
13B
Gear Engagement Speed
A/T LPress 3 Valve
PW3
Sol No3
14B
Converter Lockup
Note that higher duty cycles will result in a lower line pressure and/or gear engagement speed.
Lower line pressure (high duty cycles in the LPress tables) generally translates into slower and
softer shifts and lower clutch/band holding force. Higher line pressure (low duty cycles in the
LPress tables) generally translates into quicker shift speeds and firmer shifts and higher
clutch/band holding force.
Automatic Transmission: Neutral Exit Retard
Even with the lowest possible line pressure, excess transmission shock or harshness may be
felt when moving the gear select lever to Drive or Reverse. To further decrease this shock, the
EMS can be configured to retard ignition timing when shifting into gear from Park or Neutral.
The options “AT N Rtd Max”, “AT N Rtd Step,” and “AT N Rtd Tme” can be used to adjust how
quickly timing is retarded, the maximum amount of timing retard, and the length of time the
ignition timing is retarded for. Note that A/T Shift Retard must be enabled if these settings are
to be used. The startup calibration for Automatic Transmission vehicles is configured to retard
the ignition when shifting out of Park or Neutral.
Traction Control
The factory Supra traction control is not supported with the AEM EMS. No removal of
components or other action is required from the end user.
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Connection Diagram for EMS P/N 30-6100
1993-1998 Toyota Supra
WARNING: pin labeling scheme follows Toyota service manual convention; diagram shows wire side of
connector. Pin labels molded into plastic connector may not be accurate, check diagram carefully.
Pin#
93-98 Supra 2JZGTE
AEM P/N 30-6100
I/O
1A
Switched 12v at key on
Main Relay circuit
Input
Availability & Notes
Dedicated, activates Switch 1 input
2A
Vehicle Speed Sensor
Car Speed
Input
PnP for VSS signal (MT)*
3A
4A
5A
6A
7A
8A
9A
10A
11A
12A
13A
14A
15A
16A
17A
18A
19A
20A
21A
22A
23A
24A
25A
26A
27A
28A
29A
30A
31A
32A
33A
34A
35A
36A
37A
38A
39A
40A
Kickdown switch
Brake switch input (12V)
--Malfunction Indicator Lamp
Reverse indicator input, A/T only
SDL (98 only)
2nd gear indicator input, A/T only
1st gear indicator input, A/T only
ABS to ABS and TRAC ECU
OD1 to cruise control ECU
TRC - To TRAC ECU
TRC+ To TRAC ECU
ELS for Idle up Diode
LS7 (Tach out for climate control)
TT For DATALINK connector
Trans mode selector sw (A/T only)
TE2 to DATALINK connector
TE1 For DATALINK connector
DI from Fuel Pump ecu
Fuel pump control (FPC)
ACMG to A/C Magnetic clutch
Main Relay Control
Trans mode light (A/T only)
EFI - to TRAC ECU
EFI+ to TRAC ECU
Over Drive Switch input (A/T only)
----+12V Power from main relay
--+12V permanent battery backup power
A/C signal from A/C amplifier
------NEO to TRAC ECU
VTO2 (98 only)
VTO1 (98 only)
Switch 3
Switch 6
--LS10
ATPR (GEAR)
--ATP2 (GEAR)
ATP1 (GEAR)
CAN1L
CAN1H
Reserved
Reserved
--LS7
Injector 12
Switch 5
Injector 11
----Coil 8 / LS8
LS6
Main Relay (HS2)
ATIND (Coil7)
EFI-TRC
EFI+TRC
Switch 4
Baro (ADCR12)
--+12V Switched
--Permanent +12V
ADCR11
HALLPWR
Injector 8
--LS7
-----
Input
Input
--Output
Input
--Input
Input
Output
Output
------Output
Output
Input
Output
----Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
--Both
--Input
Input
Output
Output
---------
Available, switch must connect to GND
Available, switch must connect to GND
Not Used
Available, switched GND output (1.5A max)
PNP reverse input (auto only)
Not Used
PNP 2nd gear indicator (auto only)
PNP 1st gear indicator (auto only)
Dedicated
Dedicated
Reserved for future use
Reserved for future use
Not Used
PnP for Tacho Out
Available, P&H Injector driver 4A/1A
PnP for Manual trans mode (auto only)
Available, P&H Injector driver 4A/1A
Not Used
Not Used
PnP 0- 5V FPC signal, not for use with relays
PNP for A/C compressor relay
Dedicated, activates Main Relay with 12V
PNP manual mode indicator (auto only)
Dedicated
Dedicated
PNP for Overdrive input (auto only)
Available, Spare 0-5V Sensor Input
Not Used
Dedicated
Not Used
Dedicated, used to store internal datalog
PNP for Air Conditioning request switch
+12V Output
Spare P&H Injector 4A/1A
Not Used
PnP for spare Tacho Out
Not Used
Not Used
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Input Shaft Speed (B21) ground
--VSS Ground
--Cam Sensor 2 (G2) Ground
Cam Sensor 1 (G1) Ground
Crank Sensor (NE) Ground
--Auto Trans Sol No2 S2 (Auto only)
Auto Trans Sol No1 S1 (Auto only)
5V Sensor Reference power
A/T Sol No5 (Line Press, A/T only)
A/T Sol No4 (Engagement, A/T only)
A/T Sol No3 (Converter, A/T only)
Injector 6
Injector 5
Injector 4
Injector 3
Injector 2
Injector 1
Input Shaft Speed signal (Auto only)
--Tail Shaft Speed sensor (Auto only)
Auto Trans Fluid Temp (Auto only)
Cam Sensor 2 (G2) Input
Cam Sensor 1 (G1) input
Crank Sensor (NE) input
Sensor Ground
DATALINK connector
--Auto Trans Sol No5 (SLT+, Auto only)
Idle 4
Idle 1
Idle 3
Idle 2
----VSV For exhaust bypass valve
VSV For Exhaust gas control valve
VSV For intake air control
5V Reference
Sub Throttle TPS signal input
TPS signal input
Coolant Sensor Input
Air Temp Sensor
EGR gas Temp Sensor
AFR#1
AFR#2
Timing Ground
EGT 1
Timing Ground
EGT 2
--Timing Ground
Timing Ground
EGT 3
HS3
HS4
+5V Sensor
PW 1
PW 4
PW 3
Injector 6
Injector 5
Injector 4
Injector 3
Injector 2
Injector 1
Switch 2
--T4 (Spare Speed)
ADCR14
--Cam Sensor +
Crank Sensor +
Sensor Ground
IDLE7
IDLE8
+12V Switched
IDLE4
IDLE1
IDLE3
IDLE2
IDLE5
IDLE6
LS4
LS5
LS3
+5V Sensor
--TPS
Coolant
Air Temp
--O2 #1
O2 #2
Output
Input
Output
Input
--Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
--Input
Input
--Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
--Input
Input
Input
--Input
Input
Dedicated
Jumper: 0-5V, thermistor or EGT pull up
Dedicated
Jumper: 0-5V, thermistor or EGT pull up
Not Used
Dedicated
Dedicated
Jumper: 0-5V, thermistor or EGT pull up
PNP Auto Trans sol #2
PNP Auto Trans sol #1
Dedicated
PNP Auto line pressure
PNP Auto gear engagement speed
PNP Auto Converter Lockup
PnP Injector 6 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
PnP Injector 5 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
PnP Injector 4 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
PnP Injector 3 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
PnP Injector 2 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
PnP Injector 1 (P&H 4A/1A driver)
Available Switch input
Not Used
PNP for Vehicle Speed with AT vehicles
Available 0-5V input, 2.2k pull up to 5V
Not Used
Dedicated
Dedicated
Dedicated, Sensors only
PNP Idle control motor
PNP Idle control motor
PNP Auto trans line pressure
PNP Idle control motor
PNP Idle control motor
PNP Idle control motor
PNP Idle control motor
Available idle driver
Available idle driver
PNP for EBP on stock twins
PNP for EGC on stock twins
PNP for IAC for stock twins
Dedicated
Not Used
Dedicated
Dedicated
Dedicated
Not Used
Dedicated, 0-5V signal
Dedicated, 0-5V signal
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Rear Knock Sensor
Front Knock Sensor
FAIL (98 only)
Igniter 6
Igniter 5
Igniter 4
Igniter 3
Igniter 2
Igniter 1
Igniter return IGF1 to ECU ( 5V signal)
--Boost Control
--Map Sensor Input
Idle2 Sw from Sub TPS to ECU & TRAC
Idle1 Sw from Sub TPS to ECU & TRAC
Sensor Ground
VG signal for Airflow meter
EFIF (98 only)
--Chassis Ground
--Ox 1 Heater Ground
Ox 2 Heater Ground
Fuel Pressure up VSV
EVAP Solenoid
EGR Solenoid
Neutral Starting switch
Cranking signal input (12V)
Chassis Ground (98 only)
Chassis Ground
Chassis Ground
Knock 2
Knock 1
--Coil 6
Coil 5
Coil 4
Coil 3
Coil 2
Coil 1
--LS11
PW2
--MAP
----Sensor Ground
MAF
EGT 4
LS9
Power Ground
Injector 7
LS12
LS2
LS1
Injector 9
Injector 10
ATPNP (Gear)
--Power Ground
Power Ground
Power Ground
Input
Input
--Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
--Output
Output
--Input
----Output
Input
Input
Output
Both
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
--Both
Both
Both
Dedicated, software knock filter
Dedicated, software knock filter
Not Used
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Jumper: falling (5-0V) or rising (0-12V) edge
Not Used
Available Switched Ground 1.5amp max
PNP for boost control
Not Used
Dedicated
Not Used
Not Used
Dedicated, Sensors only
Available 0 to 5v input, 100k pull-up to 5V
Jumper: 0-5V, thermistor or EGT pull up
Available Switched Ground 1.5amp max
Dedicated
Available, P&H Injector driver 4A/1A
Available Switched Ground 1.5amp max
Available Switched Ground 1.5amp max
PNP fuel pressure up VSV
PNP for EVAP control
PNP for EGR control
PNP for Neutral indicator
Not Used
Dedicated
Dedicated
Dedicated
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This product is legal in California for racing vehicles only and should never be used on public highways.
30-1100 (Series 1) vs 30-6100 (Series 2) Supra EMS pin differences:
The EMS functions assigned to certain pins have been changed and no longer match the 301100 EMS. Unless otherwise noted, the following pins and functions will need to be manually
reconfigured after using AEMTuner to convert a V1.19 (30-1100, Series 1 EMS) calibration for
use with the 30-6100 Series 2 hardware.
Pin
93-98 Supra harness destination
30-1100 function
30-6100 function
3A
4A
11A
12A
17A
19A
Kickdown switch
Brake switch input
signal to ABS/ trac control
signal to cruise control
TT for datalink connector
TE2 for datalink connector
----Injector 10i
Injector 9i
Switch 3
Switch 6
CAN1L
CAN1H
Injector 12
Injector 11
20A
TE1 for datalink connector
PW1
--
22A
Fuel Pump ctrl
Coil 4
Coil 8
24A
Main Relay ctrl
Coil 5
HS2
25A
Manual indicator light (A/T)
FM
29A
30A
---
-HS2
Coil 7
Baro Volts
(ADCR12)
--
36A
37A
38A
5B
--NEO to trac ECU
cam sensor G2 ground
-PW2
-TGND
Injector 8
-LS7 (tacho)
--
12B
AT sol 5
Idle 7
PW1
13B
AT sol 4
Injector 8
PW4
14B
52B
53B
54B
AT sol 3
Igniter 6
Igniter 5
Igniter 4
Idle 5
Coil1 (waste spark)
Coil 2 (waste spark)
Coil 3 (waste spark)
PW3
Coil 6
Coil 5
Coil 4
Notes
Inj12 controlled independently of inj10
Inj11 controlled independently of inj9
PW1 used for A/T control, not available
as spare output
Coil 4 reassigned to operate ignitor,
Coil 8 must be used to operate Fuel
Pump
Coil 5 reassigned to operate ignitor,
HS2 must be used to operate Main Relay
FM function became Coil 6
Coil 6 reassigned to operate ignitor
Available input… external baro or airbox
pressure sensor
Injector 8 no longer used for A/T control,
signal has been moved to empty pin
PW2 available on pin B60 only
G2 not used
Greater control resolution available using
PW outputs for A/T solenoids
Greater control resolution available using
PW outputs for A/T solenoids
Greater control resolution available using
PW outputs for A/T solenoids
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This product is legal in California for racing vehicles only and should never be used on public highways.
Electronics Warranty
Advanced Engine Management Inc. warrants to the consumer that all AEM Electronics
products will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of twelve months
from date of the original purchase. Products that fail within this 12-month warranty period will
be repaired or replaced when determined by AEM that the product failed due to defects in
material or workmanship. This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of the AEM part.
In no event shall this warranty exceed the original purchase price of the AEM part nor shall
AEM be responsible for special, incidental or consequential damages or cost incurred due to
the failure of this product. Warranty claims to AEM must be transportation prepaid and
accompanied with dated proof of purchase. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser
of product and is non-transferable. All implied warranties shall be limited in duration to the said
12-month warranty period. Improper use or installation, accident, abuse, unauthorized repairs
or alterations voids this warranty. AEM disclaims any liability for consequential damages due to
breach of any written or implied warranty on all products manufactured by AEM. Warranty
returns will only be accepted by AEM when accompanied by a valid Return Merchandise
Authorization (RMA) number. Product must be received by AEM within 30 days of the date the
RMA is issued.
Please note that before AEM can issue an RMA for any electronic product, it is first necessary
for the installer or end user to contact the tech line at 1-800-423-0046 to discuss the problem.
Most issues can be resolved over the phone. Under no circumstances should a system be
returned or a RMA requested before the above process transpires.
AEM will not be responsible for electronic products that are installed incorrectly, installed in a
non approved application, misused, or tampered with.
Any AEM electronics product can be returned for repair if it is out of the warranty period. There
is a minimum charge of $50.00 for inspection and diagnosis of AEM electronic parts. Parts
used in the repair of AEM electronic components will be extra. AEM will provide an estimate of
repairs and receive written or electronic authorization before repairs are made to the product.
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This product is legal in California for racing vehicles only and should never be used on public highways.

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