Question about 2006 Dodge Sprinter
I have code p0381" glow plug heater indicator circuit malfunction". does any body know how to fix this. thanks
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
On an 2006 sprinter the ecu is tucked under the left side of the instrument panel. if you pull the little cubby hole out of the left side of the dash you will see it
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
If it is in there check also on the drivers side of the engine block. Often , on new models the ECU is mounted behind the fuel filter housing.
Another way to find the ECU is following the wiring that are coming from the fuse box, on one way they go toward the device, on the other they go to the car computer
Here is the ECU:
If you need replacement you can buy here :
Dodge Sprinter Auto Parts & More
Here you can also buy the Chilton repair manual with illustrations for all car parts and all step-by-step iillustrated procedures, this is a must if you want to DIY your vehicle.
Dodge Sprinter Repair Manual - Partstrain.com
Here is a cheaper manual, with immediate download, I do not know if it is good: MANUAL, SERVICE - Downloads
I see If I can find a precise schematic, or a picture, in case I will post it tomorrow, as now I am going offline.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Remove the battery cover to access the battery terminals. Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable with the pliers.
Open the glove box door and squeeze the outer part to remove the door. Locate the two screws behind the door to remove the glove box.
Access the ECU behind the glove box. Remove the electrical connectors by hand; remove the bolts mounting the ECU to the inner dash.
Install the new ECU in the same position. Replace the bolts and reconnect the electrical connectors.
Replace the glove box and the glove box door. Reconnect your battery.
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