Flagship One’s Covid-19 Alert

Flagship One’s Covid-19 Alert

The #1 most reliable Electronic Module supplier in the world is here for you during times of uncertainty. We would like to assure all our customers, that we are 100% operational and working hard to make sure that the fulfillment process is seamless. We understand that having a reliable vehicle ready during Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread is absolutely essential, so we mobilized our facility and staff accordingly to provide you the help and attention you need. You are our top priority. Customers can continue to make orders on FS1INC.com, over the phone 516-766-2223, or right online with our quick and responsive...

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Powertrain Control Module

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Powertrain Control Module

The complexity of a vehicle’s engine control unit (ECU/PCM) can often make it very difficult to determine when it’s failing. It’s very common for your vehicle to display symptoms that appear to be an ECU issue when, in fact, there is actually an issue elsewhere in your vehicle or vice versa. This is mainly due to the fact that the engine control unit is connected to so many different areas within the engine management system, so the way the control module functions has an impact on the other components that it’s connected to. For example, one of the areas that...

How Much Does a Powertrain Control Module cost

How Much Does a Powertrain Control Module cost

Every car owner, at some point or another, has gone through the inconvenience of being without their vehicle for a period of time due to the need for maintenance or repairs. For most people, the longer their vehicle is in the shop, the more disruptive it becomes towards their daily lives and less likely to save money due to the cost of the auto repair. There is always a sense of urgency when taking your vehicle in for repair, so it’s no surprise that many car owners first thought is to have their repairs done at a dealership due to...

2006 Toyota Tacoma Problems You Should Not Ignore

2006 Toyota Tacoma Problems You Should Not Ignore

The 2006 Toyota Tacoma is among the great vehicles equipped with plenty of advanced features that nobody wants to leave behind. Whether you’re driving through deep mud or city streets at night, the Tacoma 4×4 can take you anywhere. Shockingly, Toyota Tacoma models have issues too. There are a couple of problems that will force you to spend several dollars to keep your vehicle in good condition. Below are some of the significant issues: Lower ball joint problem Toyota Tacoma lower ball joint suffers from premature wear. This is one of the common complaints raised about the 2006 Tacoma auto...

2008 Toyota Camry Problems

2008 Toyota Camry Problems

Like its predecessors, the 2008 Toyota Camry is a fun to drive and a spacious family car that can carry about four adults. Although Camry hybrid has never been the perfect wheel drive, it has remained a popular model in America for years because it’s comfortable, roomy, safe, and easy to drive. It has an optional 3.5 L V6 engine that produces 268hp and a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission. Also, the Honda Accord has a four-cylinder engine that offers fuel economy and quick acceleration reaction. The 2008 Toyota Camry model is a four-door midsized SUV and comes in four trim...

1994 Ford Ranger Problems You Might Come Across

1994 Ford Ranger Problems You Might Come Across

The 1994 Ford Ranger is one of the oldest pickup trucks that are still holding well on the road and market. The Ford Truck comes in regular and extended cab configuration. It offers step-up access to cargo capacity. It has a 4×2 low rider appearance and a modified suspension. The wheel drive has a great look enhanced by its body paint, wheel-opening flares, grille bumpers, and mirrors all capered with the body color. The Ranger Forum comes with a V8 engine that produces 220 horsepower and excellent performance.  Most Common 1994 Ford Ranger Problems The Ford Ranger comes with optional...

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee has become a typical midsized SUV with a quality exterior structure and offers quality on-road comfort. All the vehicles manufactured by Jeep has excellent performance with quality and comfortable drive. 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles were redesigned to improve the performance, reliability, durability, and general outlook. 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee exists in various trim levels: Laredo, Overland Summit, Limited, and SRT. Every model offers a smooth, safe, and comfortable ride. Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is known for its fuel economy and can be purchased as either a family car or a sport-utility. The 2012 Jeep...

2001 Toyota Rav4 Problems To Keep In Mind

2001 Toyota Rav4 Problems To Keep In Mind

RAV4 stands for a 4-Wheel Recreational Active Vehicle and is available in all-wheel or front-wheel drive. The 2001 Toyota rav4 rides on a four-cylinder engine with a car-based platform and a 5-speed manual or an automatic 4-speed transmission. It has a unique feature of the AWD full-time system, which has a limited-slip center differential, to mean it is always on. Most compact and modern SUVs have an on-demand AWD with a front bias, while the rear axle engages only when necessary. The RAV4’s interior is comfortable and relatively spacious. It has a high driving position that offers perfect all-round visibility,...

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee is amongst the best-selling midsize SUVs on the market today. It is a well-rounded luxurious wheel drive with excellent off-road performance. This four-wheel-drive comes with skid plates, 57l V8 engine that generates about 360 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. The Grand Cherokee is a five-passenger crossover SUV that has seven trim categories. The trim levels include the Cherokee Laredo, Trailhawk, Limited, Trackhawk, Overland, Summit, and SRT.  Most trim levels come with a rear-wheel-drive (2WD) or a 4-wheel drive (4WD). The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is a 4WD only while both the SRT and Trackhawk...

1998 Ford Explorer Problems

1998 Ford Explorer Problems

The 1998 Ford explorer Model is one of the top-selling sport-utility on the market.  With a comfortable interior, multiple trim levels, and three engine choices, you can find an Explorer for any budget and lifestyle. The redesign came with different upgrades to enhance the 1998 Ford Explorer model performance. This vehicle was equipped with safety technology that included wireless and automated control modules.  A change in the car computer programming, navigation system, roomy interior, leather-covered front and rear seats, and powered steering wheel were just some of the upgrade features. 1998 Ford Explorer models have 4-liter and 5-liter engines, which...

1999 Toyota Camry Problems

1999 Toyota Camry Problems

The 1999 Toyota Camry is a reliable family car that has earned its good reputation with its intuitive design and smooth performance. Much has changed for the 1999 Toyota Camry from the previous year’s model. It’s a reliable family car and some of its most important features are its low entry price and standardized fuel economy. Most models received daytime running lights, cargo capacity, soft front seats, timing belts, and an upgraded sound system. The 1999 Toyota Camry was modified in three trim levels: the base CE, the midlevel Toyota Camry LE V6, and the high-end Toyota Camry XLE. The...

2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems

The 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of the forerunners to the current midsize SUVs, and it has been around for more than a decade. It’s a complete redesign of the 1999 model, and it comes with adequate cargo space, a smooth engine, and a comfortable cabin. The Jeep Grand is known for its off-road capability, powerful 4.7 L V8 engines that produce 195 horsepower and 230 pound-feet of torque. The Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles come in five trim categories, mainly; Overland, Limited, Special Edition, Laredo, and Sport. Though the Grand Cherokee model remains a charmer in vehicle safety, overall...

2013 Toyota Highlander Problems

2013 Toyota Highlander Problems

The 2013 Toyota Highlander has become a popular SUV for most families due to its excellent gas mileage, roomy interior, and an abundance of safety features. Apart from this, the model is known for its refinement, smooth ride, and flexibility too. The Highlander Hybrid and 2013 Toyota Highlander excel at people toting. However, compared to the three-row model, such as Ford Flex or Chevrolet Traverse, they are neither spacious nor quite refined inside. Despite this, the luxury that comes with these models is loved by most highlander owners. The interior of this model is good enough to adorn some of...