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Engine control computer
Part # 72-9894 | Line Code: CAR
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E-Waste Yes
First Application Year 1993
FAQs The replacement ECM for a Ford vehicle wont start the vehicle. Why?
Mounting Hardware Included No
Flashable No
Removable PROM No
Product Condition Remanufactured
FAA_A9 Check Engine Light staying on after resetting, engine turning off for no reason, loss of spark, loss of fuel injection, loss of pulse on fuel pump, intermittent starting problems.
FAA_A6 Yes, most GM vehicles have a VATS, Pass Key or Pass Lock anti-theft system.
FAQ_Q6 Do GM vehicles have a passive anti-theft system?
FAA_A4 Ensure that the PCM was properly flash programmed for the vehicle. Also note whether the vehicle is equipped with the Ford "passive anti-theft system", which requires an on-car relearn.
FAQ_Q7 Do I need a scanner to reset the anti-theft system
FAA_A3 No, not all Ford vehicles require PATS reset. Check the PATS chart found on the O.E. Manufacturers Service site for your application.
FAA_A7 Not necessarily. There is a 30-minute manual procedure that can be done without a scanner. Refer to your O.E. manufacturers approved service manual for details.
FAA_A2 Some GM applications have a knock module that must be transferred to the replacement module. Some older Ford applications have a calibration module that must be transferred to the replacement module.
FAQ_Q2 Do I have to transfer anything from my original ECM/PCM?
FAA_A8 Chrysler models 1996 and newer will need to be VIN programmed.
FAQ_Q1 Whats the difference between an ECM and a PCM?
FAQ_Q8 Do all Chrysler Power Train Control Modules (PCM) need VIN programming?
FAQ_Q9 What are the most common symptoms of a bad PCM?
FAQ_Q4 The replacement PCM for a Ford vehicle wont start the vehicle. Why?
FAQ_Q5 What steps should I take to ensure the original PCM is causing the issue?
FAA_A5 Prior to replacing the original ECM/PCM, the installer should determine what caused the original to fail. Common causes of failures are: poor grounds and power, a bad wiring harness and short-circuited solenoids/relays.
FAQ_Q3 Do all Ford vehicles require a Passive Anti-Theft System (P.A.T.S) reset?
FAA_A1 ECM stands for Electronic Control Module. PCM stands for Powertrain Control Module. Both the ECM and PCM control the engine; however, the PCM also has control over the transmission.
Part Terminology Engine Control Module (ECM)

Features & Benefits
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CARDONE Remanufactured Electronic and Powertrain Control Modules are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. All critical components are re-soldered or replaced at our Philadelphia manufacturing plant, and each unit is 100% computer tested to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance.

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Jaguar XJS 1993
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