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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...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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The P0131 Trouble Code, How to deal with it!

The P0131 Trouble Code, How to deal with it!

Diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) help repair technicians and car owners narrow down the origin of a car’s problems. The P0131 is a DTC that signals a malfunction of the first oxygen sensor based off the engine control module readings. A P0131 trouble code indicates that the primary O2 sensor in the engine’s first bank is...

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Transmission Problems You Should Not Ignore

Transmission Problems You Should Not Ignore

Vehicle transmissions that are correctly working are essential components for a reliable car. The transmission provides a means of adaptation for both speed and torque converters in most vehicles and power transmission systems. It is, therefore, crucial to repair it if it experiences any damage, or possibly get a transmission replacement. Notably, replacement costs tend...

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What Is A PCM On A Car?

What Is A PCM On A Car?

Most modern cars have control modules in the form of onboard computerized control systems, and they control engine performance and terrain handling. The Engine Control Module (ECM) is one of the earliest onboard computer systems for mass-market production cars. Older cars have both the ECM and the TCM (Transmission Control Module) working as independent onboard...

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Engine Control Module Reset Questions / Answers

Engine Control Module Reset Questions / Answers

Engine problems or simply electrical problems can be annoying. Engine control module related problems might end up being really costly. But sometimes the problems with your vehicle or basic electrical systems are originating in a faulty engine control module, and you’ll only have to do a simple reset to get your engine firing properly again...

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What Are The Symptoms Of A Bad PCM?

What Are The Symptoms Of A Bad PCM?

The powertrain control module (PCM) is the brain of every modern car. PCM is sometimes used interchangeably with ECM (engine control module), although the two have some differences. The PCM generally includes both the engine control unit (ECU) and the transmission control unit (TCU). Problems with the PCM can result in various car performance issues...

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