The Body Control Module is a metal box about 5" x 8" x 2" thick. It has computer-like connections, one on the left and two on the right. It is located under the dash behind the fuse box.
Roy Boy 56 Says: The BCM is attached to the back side of the Fuse box by the Driver's door. Two Plugs on the side, and Two plugs on the bottom (Just had mine out - still working out the problems I caused). If you change the BCM out with a used one, it should be reprogrammed for your car (by VIN) at the dealership.
The transmission control module on a 2003 Dodge Stratus is located on the power distribution box. It is on the driver's side of the box.
Remove the battery terminals first. Then the control module is located behind the instrument panel on the left side of the console.
On the steering wheel by the airbag
It is mounted to the backside of the fuse block inside the vehicle.
Error code p0605 is related to the Transmission control module.
The fuse protects the circuit that powers the transmission control module.
The fuel pump relay on a 1996 Dodge Stratus 2.4 liter is located underneath the hood. The relay will be in the integrated power module.
The transmission control module is located under the drivers seat.
trans. control solinoid is located on side towards the bottom of trans on 2002 stratus with 2.4 doh cam.
The airbag module is the computer and it is under the console inside the car.
under the radio