Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
If the numbers on the two computer are the same, it should work. If they are different numbers, you may need to take it to a mechanic shop with the proper equipment needed to reprogram it.
I am curious as to why you bought a new computer; Did the old ecu die and not want to light up the check engine light or start the jeep any longer? If so, you could've had it repaired instead of buying another one and now possibly having to pay even more to reprogram it.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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