- 1 Discover the difference
- 2 between ECM, ECU & PCM
- 2.0.1 Highlights
- 2.0.2 Can A Bad Car Battery Cause Engine Computer Problems?
- 2.0.3 4 Easy Steps to Diagnose your Engine Computer (PCM/ECM/ECU Control Module)
- 2.0.4 Ford Van E-350 Econoline Diesel – PCM & IDM Modules Location, Removal
- 2.0.5 How to Replace a PCM ECM ECU Module (Engine Computer) on 2005-2006 Ford Escape / Mercury Mariner / Mazda Tribute
- 2.0.6 What’s the difference between ECM, ECU and PCM?
- 2.0.7 How to Replace a PCM ECM ECU (Engine Computer) on a 2001 Dodge RAM Truck Pick-up
- 2.0.8 How to Replace a PCM ECM ECU (Engine Computer) on 2003 Dodge Caravan 3.3L
- 2.0.9 Trouble starting up? It could be your Engine Control Module.
- 2.0.10 How To Buy The RIGHT Ford PCM Module?
- 2.0.11 Flashing the Engine Control Unit
- 2.0.12 Why Your Car Engine Computer Just Died
- 2.0.13 The Car Engine Computer Alphabet Soup
- 3 Who We Are
- 4 Shop Our Store
- 5 Recent Posts
- 6 Repair Manuals
Discover the difference
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Who We Are
Flagship One has always been about people, first and foremost our customers, but behind every happy customer is a well-trained and highly experienced Flagship One Team Member, and so we are our people, the good dedicated folks who make each and every order not only possible but pleasant as well. We have built a solid reputation to go along with our comprehensive catalog, and it’s truly thanks to all the hard-working Flagship One staff who translate all those parts and problems into total solution satisfaction day-in/day-out. From auto mechanics and car dealerships to motoring enthusiasts and ordinary drivers alike, Flagship One is everybody and their cousin’s Got-To Go-To for Engine Control Modules, Body Control Modules, and the Really Great Folks behind it all!