How do I change the sensor connected to the pcm
Relay to ecm
what relay? whats not working?
To the pcm. Car had code P0606PCM. Keep getting hot.
so why didnt you say this up top...instead of wasting all this time? >When this code is activated it should store freeze-frame data that helps someone with an advanced code scanning tool to get information on exactly what was going on with the vehicle when the P0606 code was triggered. Read more at: http://www.obd-codes.com/p0606 Copyright OBD-Codes.comAs a vehicle owner there is little you can do to fix this code. The most common fix for a P0606 code is to replace the PCM, although in some cases re-flashing the PCM with updated software could possibly fix this. Be sure to check for TSB's on your vehicle (Technical Service Bulletins). In all likelyhood the fix is to replace the PCM. This is generally not a "do-it-yourself" task, although in some cases it may be. We strongly recommend you have a qualified repair shop / technician do the work, one that has the capability to reprogram the new PCM. Installing the new PCM may involve using special tools to program the vehicle's VIN (vehicle identification number) and/or anti-theft information (PATS, etc.). Read more at: http://www.obd-codes.com/p0606 Copyright OBD-Codes.com >>>>NOTE: This repair may be covered under the emissions warranty so be sure to check with your dealer as this may be covered beyond the bumper-to-bumper or powertrain warranty period. Read more at: http://www.obd-codes.com/p0606 Copyright OBD-Codes.com
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