The reason I'm asking is because I've swapped over all of my "special bits" from a bent '99 (10AE w/ABS), into a straight '00 chassis (w/o ABS) - long story but you're welcome to read all about it here
. Basically, everything from the '99 - including the ECU - went into the '00 chassis.
The car is working now with one exception...I keep getting a MIL (P0500), and several of the ECU "readiness monitors" won't go "Ready". The speedo works just fine, but the ECU registers a P0500 (VSS malfunction). With that MIL, the ECU registers "Not Ready" all the time and I can't pass the OBD check.
After tons of reading I'm beginning to wonder if the ECU from my ABS-enabled car is looking for signals from the wheel sensors where there currently are none. But I've pored through wiring diagrams and I can't find anything from the ABS system that feeds into the ECU! In fact, everything I read says that the ABS system is completely separate from the ECU (and I'm tempted to believe that).
However, another data point this morning was when I (finally) displayed the "Speed" signal from the Torque app on my tablet. Lo and behold, it shows zero all the time - even when the speedo registers a speed!!
So...back to the original question; is there a difference between ABS and non-ABS ECU's for NB1's?