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The ECM, or ECU, is the car's internal computer. Sometimes it needs to be replaced. If you have a faulty ECM Dodge vehicles may experience a variety of mystifying symptoms that a professional mechanic might easily misdiagnose, costing you thousands. The primary indication is that your check engine light will be on, but this could also mean a myriad of other things (which is why this problem is so easy to misdiagnose).
The first thing you need to do is verify that the problem you're experiencing is indeed the Dodge ECM. You can do this yourself, without needing professional aid, by turning the key three times in the ignition. If your check engine light is on, this will cause the error code to appear on the dashboard. The code for a new ECM Dodge uses is "P 0601". Once you've verified that, you can order a new Dodge ECM through an independent retailer, such as carcomputerexchange.com. This method will be cheaper than taking it to a professional mechanic, as long as you're willing to do the labor yourself.
To order the new Dodge ECU, you'll need your VIN number and serial number. You should have your VIN number in your registration, but the serial number is written directly on the ECU itself, between the air filter and the car's grill under the hood. Take care that you don't mistake any 6's for 9's, as you may be reading the number upside-down.
Removing the air filter will make installing the ECU much easier. This can be dome with a 10mm wrench. Simply unscrew the two nuts holding the air filter housing in place, and set the filter housing aside. This will give you access to the ECU, which you'll recognize by the three large cables hooked into its back and the serial number.
Unplug these cables, and use a screwdriver to unscrew the two screws holding the ECU in place on either side. Remove the old ECU and set it aside, to be disposed of or shipped back to the exchange company. Now, your new Dodge ECU is ready to be installed. Simply screw it into the spot where the old one was, plug the cables into it, and re-install the air filter housing in its original location by screwing the two nuts back on.
Once you've done all this, start up the engine and verify that the car runs properly.