I have heard new modules can run in the hundreds. I typically go to a junk yard and find a car that has taken some physical damage (preferably rear end damage) and pull one out of there. $20 from my local junkyard near St. Louis. If you pull yours, get the part number off of it so you can compare. Also, Google it to see if any other cars made during that time frame also used the same PCM. It could give you a much greater variety of vehicles to pull one out of. Goog luck!AnswerI have a 2001 Intrepid and I was told by the dealer that this replacement would run about $700. The problem with the PCM (Power Control Module) is that it has to be programed to your car for it to work. Even if you buy one some where else, you will have to have someone who has the correct software, program it to your VIN number and current mileage. I found a place online (www.allcomputerresources.com) where you can order the part for about $250 and give them your VIN, etc. and they will program the part before it is shipped to you. When you replace it, you can send them back the old one and then they will provide a lifetime warranty on the one you bought.
The 2004 Dodge Intrepid PCM power control module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The PCM power control module will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
You may need to replace the power control module.
find the wiper fluid fill and fuse panel, you will see the power control module, and transmission control module, bolted together, normally gray in color, all wires lead to the boxes, so it cant be hard to find
Power Control Module POWER TRAIN CONTROL MODULE.
It is behind the drivers side headlight, right next to the fuse box. The name for it is engine ECM. There will be another box directly behind the headlight, that is the transmission control module, or TCM. Check out dodgeintrepid.net for tons of info on these cars.
ECM, (Engine Control Module, Electronic Control Module) PCM, (Powertrain Control Module, Power Control Module) ECU, (Engine Control Unit, Electronic Control Unit).
Most of the tiime, yes.
The PCM (Power Control Module) on a 2001 Dodge Intrepid is located on the right side of the engine compartment just in front of the fuse/relay block. It is typically silver. There are two wiring harnesses that plug into the side.
The 1996 Ford E2 50 power control module can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The power control module will be above the accelerator pedal.
the code P0132 on dodge intrepid is : the right upstream o2 sensor is shorted to ground , possible causes are the o2 sensor is gone bad , the wiring or connectors are damaged or corroded, or the ( PCM) power control module
Defective blower motor resistor module. this is true except if the control module is malfunctioning at which point the defrost goes to emergency mode in which the defrost will stay on permanently. My module will not power up and I need help with wiring schematics to find a bad ground or power wire
The power control module (PCM) is the brain of the vehicles engine functions. The relay is a module as part of its power supply circuit.
Do you mean ecm or pcm? If so it stands for engine control module or power control module.
The powertrain control module is one of many electronic control modules on a 2003 Dodge Caravan.
The 2003 Lincoln Town Car power control module is located on the firewall, in the engine compartment. The module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
the power control module is located on the passanger side of the car above the plate where the carpet meets the dash.
The power door lock control module should be in with the jack or next to that compartment.
The Powertrain Control Module is the vehicle's computer
The power train control module is behind the kick panel on the passenger side floor board.
The engine control module is covered in the powertrain warranty for your Kia. The engine control module should be covered for 100,000 miles.
yes a power train control module failure can cause transmission problems.
PCM is the Power Control Module The computer)
its the ignition control module
Power Control Module