Dodge uses what is called a "Powertrain Control Module" or PCM this is located on the PASSENGER SIDE inner fender just behind the air box where your air filter is. It will be aluminum colored and looks like a flat box.
The powertrain control module is one of many electronic control modules on a 2003 Dodge Caravan.
Engine control module, or electronic control module
only if its a leap year
The Body Control Module for a 1999 Dodge Durango is tucked away behind the right hand side of the glove box. You have to unscrew the glove box off, then push the BCM up to loosen it from position and then give it a really nice tug to remove it.
No. The fuel filter on a 1999 Dodge Durango is in the fuel tank, part of the pump module.
The powertrain control module and the electronic control module are two totally different modules. The ECM controls everything that has to do with the engine like fuel injectors,throttle position sensor,cam sensor ect. the powertrain control module controls just transmission related components like fluid pressure switches, TCC solenoid, transfer case switches.
Under the dash, blue module to the side of the steering column.
it is located in front of the transmission below the airfilter box
A Dodge Durango does not have a water control valve in the heater plumbing. The cabin temperature is controlled with airflow control doors.
No, those are separate controllers.No, those are separate controllers.
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Transmission control module.Transmission control module.