At Car Computer Exchange, buyers can select the proper Jeep Computer. Car Computer Exchange carries Jeep PCM, Jeep ECU, and Jeep TCM, Jeep ECM, Jeep TCM for their make and model, and the prices are far below what local auto dealers offer. A car's power-control module (PCM) is the nerve center of the vehicle, controlling nearly every operation of the engine and transmission. Car Computer Exchange stocks all models of power-control modules for Jeep vehicles.
Most Jeep drivers in the U.S. don't realize that all Jeep models experience a high number of Power-train Control Module failures until they suddenly experience PCM-related problems.
When you need a replacement Jeep PCM, you don't need to buy an expensive new one. Our engineers have the training and skill to rebuild and reprogram your Jeep PCM on-site to the specifications of the original equipment manufacturer. We also carry a full line of affordable replacement PCMs that meet OEM standards.
Since PCMs are entirely "plug and play," you don't need to pay a professional mechanic to remove or install them. Simply pull the PCM from its slot to remove it from your Jeep. When you have your replacement, push it into the empty slot and start your engine.
If you're worried about the part breaking in the future, put your fear aside!
We provide a full year warranty. Order your replacement JEEP PCM today!
If you’ve been out car shopping recently, you might have learned that most new vehicles are equipped with an engine control module (ECM). Also known as the powertrain control module (PCM) or the engine control unit (ECU), it is the computer system that ensures a vehicle and the various components in the engine function effectively and smoothly.
The Jeep ECM controls the essential functions of a vehicle by collecting information from sensors and using that information to maximize power and efficiency. While there are many benefits to the ECM in new cars, issues with the ECM can render the car undriveable and be hard to diagnose. Here are a few symptoms drivers can look for that indicate a problem with the ECM.
1. Check Engine Light
As with most vehicles, when the check engine light comes on it usually indicates a problem. With newer cars, it can be indicative of a problem with the ECM’s circuits or sensors. A simple scan of the computer system can reveal whether there is a problem with the ECM or a mechanical component of the vehicle.
2. Car Failing to Start
If a vehicle isn’t starting, it may indicate the ECM is failing. It’s possible the engine will crank, but no engine management control, the engine isn’t getting the input it needs from the computer to start. However, there are a number of other issues that can cause a vehicle not to start, making it all the more important to have the cause properly diagnosed.
3. Stalling or Misfiring Engine
When the engine stalls, misfires, or exhibits other unpredictable and irregular behaviors, it could indicate a faulty Jeep PCM or ECM. This is particularly likely if the owner of the vehicle cannot identify a pattern in the behavior.
4. Poor Engine Performance
One of the most common symptoms of a failing ECM is engine performance issues. A problem with the ECM can lead to problems with power, acceleration, and fuel efficiency. It can also negatively affect the engine’s fuel settings and cause the vehicle not to start.
Engine control modules - abbreviated as ECM - are specially programmed to receive information data from various sensors located in the ignition, fuel mix, and electrical power wires throughout the engine. These sensors deliver real-time information in a specially coded sequence to the computer monitors, which in turn control how the vehicle's powertrain operates.
When a PCM becomes defective, it must be replaced. A Jeep ECM and Jeep TCM are programmed for an exact model and trim, meaning the wrong component either will not work or will send the wrong information. It is imperative that vehicle owners purchase the correct model for their particular car or SUV.
Replacement Jeep computer modules for Cherokee, Liberty, and Wrangler models can be purchased through a local dealership, but prices are usually inflated. Aftermarket parts from Car Computer Exchange are much less expensive and are guaranteed to match the specifications for the model chosen.
Whether in the market for a replacement Jeep ECU or a Jeep PCM for a specific model and trim, the best prices and best quality guarantee is from Car Computer Exchange, a convenient online shopping center for all computer-oriented module components.
Do I need to return to the dealer for additional computer programming?
No. Our computers are plug and play devices.The system will feature the most recent factory software. We will also program your vehicle’s VIN into the computer.
Is my computer returnable if it malfunctions?
A: We permit returns within 60 days of the purchase date as long as it comes back to us in its original condition and undamaged. We will issue you a full refund or exchange the computer for another one.
What is your shipping timeline?
A: Upon receiving an order, we typically ship products within 24 to 48 hours. Our preferred shipping method is FedEx Ground or USPS Priority.
Must I send you my old computer?
A: We do require you to send in the old computer. If you fail to do so, then your warranty will be void. You may also face a core charge.
What are my payment options?
A: We accept credit cards, so you can pay with a Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. We also accept Western Union and PayPal. You can even send a money order or a personal check to our listed address.
Imperial Auto Services
481 James Jackson Ave
Cary, NC 27513