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Where is the location of the BCM module in a Range Rover Evoque?

I am using SDD to troubleshoot a CAN communication issue and the steps it is suggesting involve the BCM module.....It says to check BCM module 2 and 5.....Any ideas? Update: the DTC I,m getting is U0140.....which is a communications issue and SDD is directing me to the CJB....thanks for any help that could be given..... Update, I checked the workshop manual and found that the BCM is also the Central Junction Box (CJB) in the vehicle.....Now the question is where are module 2 and 5 that SDD refers to? Don Hicks

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Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop that has a diagnostic scanner that can check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's an input's from the fob's an messaging from the passenger door module to the BCM. Does the power window & power locks work for the passenger door ? If so , it's not a fuse .
The keyless entry system has the following main components:
• The transmitters
• The passenger door module (PDM)
The PDM communicates with the body control module (BCM) through the keyless entry serial data circuit. When you press a button on a transmitter, the transmitter sends a signal to the PDM. The PDM sends a request to the BCM and the BCM performs the appropriate function.

Diagnostic System Check - Remote Keyless Entry
The numbers below refer to the step numbers on the diagnostic table.
Lack of communication may be due to a partial malfunction of the class 2 serial data circuit or due to a total malfunction of the class 2 serial data circuit. The specified procedure will determine the particular condition.
The presence of DTCs which begin with "U" indicate some other module is not communicating. The specified procedure will compile all the available information before tests are performed. Any other body control module DTCs displayed by the scan tool do not apply to Remote Keyless Entry and should be diagnosed in the applicable section.

Install a scan tool.
Does the scan tool power up?
YES - Go to Step 2
NO - Go to Scan Tool Does Not Power Up in Data Link Communications
Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
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• body control module
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I'm just curious if your aware of the BCM function's on your vehicle an if you know what the gate way module is ? An do you know about serial data communication between modules ? An do you know what the power mode master is ? And do you know the BCM needs programming ?
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