I have a '06 Pacifica computer is not communicating O2 sensors , though on hand held scanners car scan is perfect . Is there a software upgrade for this model ? if so is the dealer the only one that c

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Asked by Oct 03, 2014 at 10:07 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Pacifica Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The ECU can be reprogrammed at the dealership if you are sure that is the problem.

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Thanks exhausted all other possibilities , Hoping don't have to replace it

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You can also get a good used ECU online. $80.00- $125.00

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Got an ECU online $169 plug and play

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:-)! Just to be safe. Disconnect the battery before you hook up the ECU. Just to be safe. BTW where did you find it? New, used or rebuilt?

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Rebuild eBay fast shipping ALL COMPUTER RESOURCES INC

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Good deal! Are you back on the road now?

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No still throwing purge code , new purge valve , new purge canister , plus new egr , new O2's new cat , new exhaust , new fuel cell seal , new oem gass cap . replaced motor in 2010 with '07

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replacing LDP hopefully that will fix it

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