Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
My ECM is bad again (4th time) is this something i can purchase and replace myself or do I need to take it in.....
It should be something you can do yourself. Most pcm's are located on the inner fender with two or four screws holding them on and two to four wire harness plugs going into them. The ECM is not the first place I would look for any problems.PCM failure is very rare.Much better chance of input power problems rather than the actual ECM itself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Digital radio receiver
Electronic brake control module (EBCM)
Engine Control Module (ECM) (LY7)
Instrument panel cluster (IPC)
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The GMLAN serial data communications circuit used on this vehicle is in a linear topology. The following modules are connected to the link, in order from DLC to the end of the linear configuration:
The following modules communicate on the GMLAN serial data circuit:
The transmission control module (TCM), (LY7) 3.6-L
The engine control module (ECM), (LY7) 3.6-L
I very strongly suggest you don't try to fix this problem !
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