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...

How to Choose the Best PCM for Your Ford Vehicle

How to Choose the Best PCM for Your Ford Vehicle

Are you wondering why a PCM is such a big deal? Why many car models come with different PCM? Why is your vehicle currently malfunctioning, and performance levels are down? The PCM is the central nervous system or the key to every operation in the car. Any adjustments, including engine timing, fuel usage, and mix, depending on its proper functioning. The maintenance of the car is less hectic in comparison to models without an electronic setup.  PCM (power train module) is an engine computer that oversees the proper functioning of the car by identifying, solving, and managing the vehicle. It...

The Benefits Of Replacing Your Nissan ECM

The Benefits Of Replacing Your Nissan ECM

the intricacy of today’s vehicles, including Nissan vehicles, makes them rely on the ECM to manage their various features. Such features include the capability to adjust the gear ratio and air-to-fuel proportion while in motion. While older model vehicles relied on a mechanic to manage all of these features, current cars use computers, which improve performance, efficiency, and safety.  However, the use of engine control modules comes with their disadvantages. Their failures can lead to mechanical breakdowns, such as hose burst, bolt strip, and gasket failure. They may also cause electrical faults, which can make an experienced mechanic lose his...

How to Know If You Need a Jeep PCM Replacement

How to Know If You Need a Jeep PCM Replacement

Jeeps are fun to drive. No matter the conditions of the road, you can access the remote areas on safari with a jeep. Travel on roads you never thought possible with a smooth running Jeep PCM.  Sometimes, the powertrain control module faces problems. Knowing the right time to replace it might save you a heartache. Failure of the Jeep’s PCM can result in lousy fuel injection or use, rough vehicle shifts, and continuous wear of the different engine parts.  The PCM is responsible for many small functions of the vehicle. They include but are not limited to fuel mix with...

U0100 Codes You Should Know About!

U0100 Codes You Should Know About!

The code reader reading is U0100? The check engine light is on? Don’t panic. Identify what the code means and start a probe. U0100 code: what is it? Think of a transmission problem is which information does not reach the intended target.  Codes U0100 indicates interruption or lost communication between the ECM and the PCM or any other module. Disruption resulting in the U0100 Code has different symptoms. These include: Stalling, stuttering, and the vehicle does not restart after a shut-off. Sometimes, it completely shuts down. Continuous increase in fuel consumption.  Sudden shutdown when running or driving on a highway. These...

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problems

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problems

Over the past two decades, the Jeep brand has been recognized for reliable sports utility vehicles. It is no wonder most consumers have a hard time deciding which trim or model to purchase. The 2000 Grand Cherokee is no exception. The electric Jeep Grand comes numerous advantages such as an electrical system ignition, so you will not have to use an ignition key. The top-rated Jeep Grand Cherokee limited, however, still has pressing issues. Grand Cherokee limited owners have reported grievances concerning the Jeep electrical car. Most common reports are engine starting problems, stalling and intermittent electrical problems. Owners have...

2006 Ford Five Hundred Problems To Keep In Mind

2006 Ford Five Hundred Problems To Keep In Mind

The 2006 Ford Five Hundred’s glory days might be over, but its incredible trunk space, fuel efficiency, spaciousness, and excellent handling make the sedan a Buick Lucerne alternative. You can grab the Ford Five Hundred from your local dealership at an absolute bargain. Have a full diagnostic of the Ford Five Hundred before purchasing it; this will help you plan for repairs or the purchase of replacement parts. Common Problems on the 2006 Ford Five Hundred AC/Heater problems The 2006 Ford Five Hundred has air conditioner and heating problems. Symptoms of AC problems on the Ford Five Hundred include a...

The P0132 Trouble Code, How To Deal With It

The P0132 Trouble Code, How To Deal With It

What is the P0132  The P0132 trouble code is one of the many diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) stored in a car’s computer. All vehicles have computer modules, commonly referred to as PCM (powertrain control module), which include the ECU (engine control unit) and TCU (transmission control unit). The car brain computers are responsible for monitoring and optimizing engine performance and transmission. To achieve this, they use various sensors and send inputs that can trigger trouble codes. A trouble code is a diagnostic tool that can tell a mechanic where the problem is originating from. PCM stores several trouble or error...

The P0138 Trouble Code and How To Deal With It

The P0138 Trouble Code and How To Deal With It

Car diagnostic trouble code (DTC) regularly develop during the lifespan of a vehicle. The powertrain control module (PCM), otherwise referred to as the engine control module (ECM), detects and stores the DTC codes within its main memory and illuminate the check engine light. For instance, the o2 sensor circuit high voltage trouble code stems from an inconsistent supply of the air to fuel ratio inside the engine. This airfuel difference ratio is detected by the O2 Sensor Circuit, which sends distress signals to the PCM.  In most cases, the owner will notice a lightened service engine soon warning light as well...

The P0172 Code and How To Deal With It!

The P0172 Code and How To Deal With It!

Fuel and air are very critical for the internal combustion process. Thus, for a successful ignition, a proper amount of fuel and air must enter the internal combustion chamber. If not, your engine might under perform or use too much fuel.  The ECU (engine control unit) typically controls the flow of fuel and air into the combustion chamber. It is the essential computer responsible for virtually managing every internal function of your vehicle, such as the amount of fuel going into the combustion chamber.  However, if the ECU malfunctions or the fuel injection system /  o2 sensors experiences some problems,...

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