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Old 04-10-2003, 06:50 PM
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does anyone have links to a site for chevy,ford, and dodge ecm locations it would be greatly appreciated

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What years are you looking for?
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90-2000 is what I would like to know
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For every car and truck made by each manufacturer? That's a tall order, why do you want to know?
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I have 6 side jobs coming up in which I need to replace the ECM in vehicles figured each company might have a site just for the locations. Just for instance one job is a 93 dodge van(full size) that the ECM is costing $126 and some odd change and the dealer wants to charge the lady another $495 for installing it. Some of these companies want to retire overnight from where I am at. LOL
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Six cars with bad ECMs? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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Not all mine LOL. A buddy and I Have a small business pretty much on the weekends and alot of are small community bring stuff to us instead of the garages cause we are a lot cheaper and do good work. Not sure they all need ECM's but I know 2 do and I am leaning that way on the others but until they get here won't be able to check them out
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If you can give specific vehicle make and model I can give you their location but every model/make would take me all day to look up...sorry.

Usually the ECM is under the dash or in the trunk for ABS computers, if you can be more specific you might get more help.
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syclone , some of the 1994 GM ecm's are flashed ecm's and all 1995 and up ecm's are flashed' on all manufactures cars and trucks.otc gennises scanner has flashing capibiblity , which cost $1200 canadian per year for the program.
when installing ecm's in cars or trucks with these ecm's. they have to be flashed or they wont start on a new ecm, a used ecm has to be flashed too because every car is different,
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Well guys I have found a site with quite a few domestics on it www.jetchip.com/domestic/ecmchart.htm
Help is on the way LOL
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[quote]Originally posted by syclone:
<strong>Not all mine LOL. A buddy and I Have a small business pretty much on the weekends and alot of are small community bring stuff to us instead of the garages cause we are a lot cheaper and do good work. Not sure they all need ECM's but I know 2 do and I am leaning that way on the others but until they get here won't be able to check them out</strong><hr></blockquote>


GM 7730 , 7747, 7749 are all in the passengerside glove box...some are located under the hood (says COMPUTER on it) but they are very rare to croak though. Fox body ford are in the passenger kick panels. Dodges...well I simply don't really look. But I think that you may be a little of in the diagnosis , I replace VERY few ECMs its usually caused by somthing else....

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