Question about 2006 Dodge Magnum
Thats a broad subject. Basically, it will hold the mapping for your fuel pressure, air pressure, fuel/air mix. It will monitor, all of your fluid levels (dummy lights), the temperature sensors go through there. Your cars RPM gauge is fed from the motor to the computer, and back. More than likely, with a car as new as yours, they have small sensors to monitor air pressure in the tires, (mine does). Your motors functions, injectors, fuel relays, electrical systems, and O2 sensors. It really varies with all vehicles, but some even monitor emissions, washer fluid level, whether your gas cap is open, all of your safety systems. Your airbags come from the computers signal. Transmission gears, and temp. I am sure there is a whole lot more, but that is a pretty good idea. Hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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