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Removed glove box and door
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Have to use the internet to locate that
Then what--- when you find it?
No way to know it failed,or to test it or to
reflash a different one
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
Testimonial: "I am looking for the location of the ECM/PCM for a 2002 Dodge Stratus 3.0 Mitsubishi engine. It's not behind the glove box as indicated."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hey jack open the back door and look up top where the hinges are and that should be the one for the back and the front if it is not up under the hood where the wipers are then check up under the dash
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
The BLOWER MODULE is located on the A/C EVAPORATOR housing located UNDER THE HOOD passenger side firewall. Has 2 electrical connectors. Mounted with 4 screw bolts.Hope this helps
Posted on May 21, 2009
why can't you remove the glove box? You can get at the door from under the dash but it's a ***** to do. try lubing the vent cables unless it uses the vacuum motor, if it uses the vac. motor it will be hard to get to without the glove box being out.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks! I just don't know how to remove the glovebox."
I had the same problem with my 2009 RAV4 lower glove box. I removed the box by popping the top front right post and then the top left front post from theside housings by prying them free with my fingers. They pop out easily. I then let the box fall open and while holding it level to the floor, pulled forward, released the piston from the post on the right, and the glove compartment came out without tools. There was a plastic electrical box cover, which came loose behind the glove box, blocking it from closing. I snapped the cover plate back in place and then reversed the glove box removal process. It took a few minutes and I needed no tools.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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Dec 02, 2014 | 2002 Dodge Stratus
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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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