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FLAGSHIP ONE, INC. is the world’s top supplier of programmed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Powertrain Control Modules (PCM)Engine Control Modules (ECM)Injection Control Modules (IDM)Body Control Modules (BCM), Transmission Control Modules (TCM) and all other car control units. With over a decade in the business, we are the most reliable source when it comes to engine computer programming services for replacement auto engine control modules.

Ford and Chrysler dealerships all over the world contract us to handle their programmed engine computer services. All of our products are thoroughly tested and bear the exclusive Flagship One Lifetime Warranty. We specialize in engine module programming and flashing for all AcuraAudiBMWChryslerDodgeEagleFiatFordGeoHondaHyundaiKiaInfinitiJeepLexusLincolnMazdaMercedesMercuryMitsubishiNissanPlymouthScionToyotaVolkswagen and General Motors (including BuickCadillacChevroletGMCHummerIsuzuOldsmobilePontiacSaab & Saturn) models.

Flagship One also offers reprogramming and flashing services for existing computer module, ECU Module and Engine Control Modules; including tuning and software updating. Our expert automobile interchange staff are always at your service to provide sourcing for hard-to-find car control units. Browse our extensive offerings online or call now 516-766-2223 and get live personalized assistance!

 


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  • 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 PCM Replacement Problems
    The dodge ram PCM controls several electrical systems in a car. If your vehicle has been running rough, idling, stalling, and/or experiencing transmission slipping, it may be time to have the PCM rebuilt. The engine computer is also the PCM, ECM, or ECU. A guaranteed replacement for all 2001 Dodge Ram Truck PCM models is […]
  • 2010 Jeep Wrangler PCM Problems
    Jeep company has continuously improved on manufacturing of all its vehicles. To fully meet their customer’s taste and specifications in the modern era, one of the significant improvements made on its Jeep wrangler 2010 model is fixing it with a modern computer system. The powertrain control model is responsible for the overall control of the […]
  • 2004 F150 Problems That Are Too Common
    The 2004 Ford F-150 is a solid choice if you’re looking for a full-size pickup truck that won’t disappoint. The Lariat model, which has a 300-horsepower V8 engine, is one of the most popular options for this powerful pickup truck. Interior amenities include leather-trimmed seats and automatic climate control to ensure a pleasant trip for […]
  • Common 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 ECM Issues
    In the history of automobiles, the 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 stands tall for full-size pickups among competitors. This model is redesigning the year 2002 model in refinement, smoothness, and comfort. Hemi V8 engine, smooth and very responsive engine, makes Dodge Ram 1500 lineup the most powerful pickup in the market, for it brings more power […]
  • Common Effects Of A Bad 2004 Ford F150 PCM
    Ford F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in America for 21 consecutive years. Its new model features the best handling interiors, comfortable, quietest, and most supportive seats. The Ford F-150 model car uses a unique electric throttle control. Its computer system works interchangeably with the powertrain module to improve performance and efficiency. What is the […]
  • Common 1999 Dodge Durango Problems
    The Durango is a 1st Generation SUV by Dodge and as is the Dodge’s culture, as far as their engines are concerned; to install a new computer engine in each model every year. The computer receives data from the sensors and these sensors are unique to each and model of the Dodge Durango. Dodge vehicles […]
  • Signs Your 2006 Ford Explorer PCM Might Be The Problems
    All of our autos’ systems were manual not long ago. And one had to keep an eye on every component of his/her vehicle, from timing to tire pressure, and mechanics would routinely give your automobile a “tune-up” along with an oil change. Have you ever wondered why something isn’t required any longer? The reason for […]
  • 2006 Dodge Charger and It’s Problems
    The PCM is the main computer for your 2006 Dodge Charger. It controls the major operations of your car. The primary function of the PCM is collecting all the data across all sensors, then using it to operate the engine. It does this relatively more efficiently than many controlled engines available. PCM utilizes oxygen sensors […]
  • Before Changing Your 2006 Dodge Dakota PCM Read This!
    The Dodge Dakota is a capable and dependable pickup. Comparing three different “generations”: a ’93, a ’04, and this ’06. It is the only vehicle in its class to include a V-8 engine and has the class’s largest towing capability. It drives well, provides a smooth ride, and because I have the Crew Cab, it […]
  • 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee PCM Problems That Are Too Common
    2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee belongs to the SUV family, which means it is designed to be a utility car. Compared to the others in its category, it possesses a higher power with more tractive capability. This version was developed by the Mercedes Benz in collaboration with Doge, and therefore not a traditional jeep in American […]
  • Common 2007 Jeep Wrangler PCM Issues
    The 2007 Jeep Wrangler Model, is an SUV with a convertible top with two body styles; the two-door style and the four-door, extended wheelbase. Jeep Wrangler PCM is also known as (ECU) Engine Control Unit and (ECM) Engine Control Module, a collateral replacement for 2007 Jeep Wranglers Powertrain Control Modules models with an engine of 3.8L. The PCM is linked with a six-speed transmission manual, with an option of four-speed provided for those who prefer the automatic one.
  • Signs Your 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee PCM May Be Wearing Out
    PCM, or the powertrain control module, is a vehicle’s control unit that acts as the computerized brain for cars. This unit controls your jeep grand Cherokee’s essential functions, such as changing gears, air to gas ratio, ignition timing, etc. These functions are managed to depend on the information received from numerous vehicle sensors to improve jeep performance.
  • 2008 Jeep Wrangler PCM Problems and Causes
    Like any other vehicle, the 2008 Jeep Wrangler PCM experiences electrical problems with its Powertrain Control Module (PCM), which is the engine computer system that handles the transmission, engine and driveline parts of the vehicle. While some of these electrical problems are common with jeeps just need an in-house tweak here and there, others require careful diagnosis to avoid making irreparable damage. 
  • 2002 Dodge Dakota PCM Problems To Keep In Mind
    The 2002 Dodge Dakota is classified as the mid-size pickup, because it is smaller in size than the Dodge’s own Ram, the Ford F-150 or the Chevy Silverado. It is however bigger compared to Toyota Tacoma, the Ford Ranger, GMC Sonoma or the Chevy S-10. Dakota is promoted as the most powerful and highly compact pickup in the market, which offers optional V8 power.
  • Signs You May Need a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee PCM Replacement
    The 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee PCM (Powertrain Control Module), is a computerized system responsible for controlling the essential functions within a vehicle. Some of the main functions include transmission and anti-lock brakes.
  • 2005 Ford Escape PCM Problems
    The power control module (PCM) is a vital aspect of a vehicle’s operation mechanism as it coordinates numerous components and functions. Hence, 2005 Ford Escape PCM problems are likely to cause substantial breakdowns in most of your car’s performances.
  • Brake Pads and Rotors – All You Need to Know About Replacing Them
    Brake pads and rotors are a integral part of your vehicle. They are the key to your safety, and without them, you could end up hurting yourself or others around you. Overlooking brake rotor wear can be pretty detrimental.
  • 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Issues and Ways To Check
    In the article, you will learn about many of the problems that may arise with your 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee. These include things such as transmission being sluggish, automatic headlights not working, and the engine control module.