Is that from a VDC car? I'm not 100%, but I believe the VDC ecu/tcu communicate a little differently, and it's more difficult or impossible to get it to run perfectly (you're going with a manual trans, I assume) or without codes or something... I'll see if I can find what I'm talking about, just a heads up anyway.
BTW, a VDC harness can be converted to non-VDC and then you can use a non-VDC ecu/tcu.
If you do want a clean, no CEL swap you'll need to retain the following from the EZ30 harness:
-Everything between ECU/TCU/O2snsr/Motor. There are a few wires from this group that branch off to other parts of the harness. Some can be terminated and some can be merged iirc.
-Fuel tank sensor inputs. Should be able to steal the signals that the old ecu was using, always works for me.
-Gauge outputs. Engine speed signal, coolant temp, oil pressure.
-Transmission outputs. The wires from the TCU to the trans will instead have to go to the previously mentioned dummy loads for the solenoids and temp sensor.
-Others. Self shutoff control, starter switch, there's a wire you'll need to add from the alternator to the ecu, main power and ground...
I'll have to dig through my diagrams and notebooks for the complete list, but if you have the wiring diagrams for both cars it should make sense.
Damn, I hope you were told right! That'd be a game changer. All that repinning for nothing...Yeah this was a vdc car but things have changed since your swap. We can now flash the ecu and update it to not use the tcu/vdc components (so i'm told)
Damn, I hope you were told right! That'd be a game changer. All that repinning for nothing...
Anyway, having all the pinouts is a start, but you'll likely need the full schematics. Lemme see here...
H6 Wiring. Lemme know if that doesn't match your harness. It's for a 2001, but I've used it for an 02 and an 03 and maybe one wire was a different color.