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go google and type in --engine number location for ( make and engine capacity and number of cylinders for the engine)
the vehicle make is immaterial as the same engine is used in a variety of Chrysler vehicles
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How To Change The PCM On A Chrysler PT Cruiser ... things wrong with my car now, but had I replaced the PCM (aka) ECM a long time ago, ...
it cannot as the certificate of homoglonation which shows your chassis number will show it as a normal asperated engine and changing the engine will cointravine all the europeon laws regarding use and construction of a vehicle ,so when it goes for its yearly mechanical inspection it will fail the test as not conforming to the original specs ,unless youre cousin is the inspector of course but have a accident and the under writer looks at it then your insurance is invalid
On a 2.4 PT It's found at the rear of the cylinder block, on a 2.0 it's found on front side of engine block.
There are VIN numbers on the dash board viewed through the screen. On the fire wall can be found the body code plate.
On the T350 manual transaxle the codes can be found on the transaxle end cover and on the G288, it's found on the transaxle bell housing.
Finally, on auto trans, it's found affixed to the trans axle torque converter housing. Have a poke about and you should find what you are looking for. some plates contain partial information, but all should match, as you know.
Hope you find this helpful. Red
I don't find a body control module for your car, but according to the wiring diagram the door locks are controlled by a keyless entry module which is located on top of the dash behind the ac vents. There are three fuses that power the module. Check with your dealer for more details.
CHECK YOUR BATTERY LEADS EITHER ON THE BATTERY OR THE EARTH WIRE TO ENGINE AND CHASSIS OR FEED WIRE TO STARTER MOTOR
unless you have a fuse or relay jumped out
but you must have been going fast for that.....
The valve is located just above where the engine and transmission seam meets.
There is the metal exhaust gas tube with 2x8mm bolts and a fiber
gasket. The EGR mounts to the cylinder head with 2 10mm bolts and a
metal gasket. There are 2 vacuum lines that go to the control solenoid,
a black plastic pod moounted under the throttle body. It clips into the
TB mounting bracket, and has a 3rd vacuum supply line and 1 electrical
Try to take the radio out and look at the fuse in the rear of the radio. You have 2 fuse locations one at your left knee and the other under the hood near the battery. Look in the owners manual for this fuse type, because some fuses work the same thing. Another thing could be that you have an anti-theft radio and it will not work with out you entering a code. The code is on the radio it-self or you have to contact the dealer with the vin number.......runjoe