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Has anybody successfully retrofitted the oil pump from 1996-2001 Camry with crank position sensor successfully to 3SGTE gen II? The 5SFE timing belt crank pulley with teeth appear to be comparable to the 3SGTE timing belt crank pulley.

The only items necessary to convert are (oil pump, timing belt crank pulley, crank sensor, Compatible EMS).
 

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Apparently the factory crank sensor is noisy and not all EMS's are capable of reading the signal. I have not been able to find anybody with success or failure of using the factor crank sensor with AEM series 1.

The AEM series 1 has a wizard for the Toyota 36-2 crank. This wizard sets up the 'Tooth Control Table.' To get this updated wizard you have to down load the latest "AEMPro Wizard - Wizard update overwrite file in AEMPro folder " from AEM Performance Electronics Support - Software Downloads | AEM and replace the old file in the AEM folder with this new one.

After doing this you still have to adjust the 'Fuel, spark, teeth, Ignition range,' and others settings.
 

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How could the signal be too noisy for an aftermarket EMS but fine for the factory ECU? Sounds like the shielding wire wasn't grounded correctly.
 

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Has anybody successfully retrofitted the oil pump from 1996-2001 Camry with crank position sensor successfully to 3SGTE gen II? The 5SFE timing belt crank pulley with teeth appear to be comparable to the 3SGTE timing belt crank pulley.

The only items necessary to convert are (oil pump, timing belt crank pulley, crank sensor, Compatible EMS).
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I don't see why you couldn't do it. The GEN4 3SGTE and 3SGE use this setup already.
The standard ECU couldn't run it of course so an aftermarket one would be needed, I'm sure that's the plan.
 

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I designed/am selling a crank timing gear that can output the correct signal to a stock gen2 or 3 ecu. It provides a much more stable and accurate timing signal than the distributor ever could, however it likely won't work terribly well on a 5SFE pump setup. It's designed for a gen4 sump setup (what I run) but could work with a 5S pump, which places the sensor at a different angle. The can sync from the distributor could cause issues at that angle.

The Caldina/BEAMS crank pulley won't work on older ECUs, it has the wrong tooth pattern to work.
 

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You are quite savvy! I am rebuilding the motor this winter and am toying with the idea of utilizing the Raxer X cam hall sensor and factory 5SFE oil pump with factory 5SFE crank angle sensor.

My reluctance is due to the additional work and expense of designing an ignition coil system & the incompatibility of cam/crank sensors/wheel with AEM series 1 (I'd have to upgrade AEM's). $$$$

I have the beams crank pulley but I don't think it will work within the constraints of my setup.
 
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