Question about 2001 Dodge Intrepid
Posted by Anonymous on
It's a pretty easy fix. When I've seen these changed in the dealership they do it while the vehicle is on a lift. The PCM is located just in front of the transmission on the Radiator support rail. Remove the Two Electrical plugs from the top and unbolt the PCM. Slide it down and put the new one in place and connect the plugs. If your getting one of these from a junk yard make sure the vehicle you get it off of has the same accessories as yours. Power windows, cruise control and such. Dealerships actually get Blanks sent to them and they program them when they are installed. The same PCM may be used on several year models but the programming changes and has to be done at installation.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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