Question about 2001 Chrysler Concorde
I WOULD LIFT UP FUSEBLOCK AND CHECK FOR ANY PINCHED/CORRODED WIRING UNDERNEATH..SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING SHORTED UNDERNEATH..HAVE SEEN WIRES CHAFE AND CORRODE NEAR PCM..I HOPE YOU DID NOT SWAP A USED COMPUTER IN PLACE OF YOURS..IF A USED COMPUTER CAME OUT OF A VEHICLE EQUIPPED WITH VTSS(VEHICLE THEFT/SECURITY SYSTEM) AND YOR VEHICLE IS NOT EQUIPPED,YOUR BODY CONTROL MODULE WILL LEARN THIS FEATURE AND YOUR IMMOBILIZER MODULE WILL NOT LET VEHICLE START..EVEN PUTTING YOUR OLD COMPUTER BACK IN WILL NOT WORK AGAIN AFTER YOU FIX YOUR ELECTRICAL ISSUE..YOU WILL BE REPLACING YOUR PCM AND BCM..LET ME KNOW IF ANY FAULT CODES IN PCM ALSO..SOME MORE INFO WOULD BE GOOD
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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