PCM

Asked by Sep 22, 2014 at 10:46 PM about the 2005 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've taken my car in for testing because the
transmission is slipping. No check engine
light on. I was informed that it is my PCM.
Now they wanted to charge me $900 for a
part i can open my hood and see and to top
it off they claim to be saving me hundreds
by getting a refurbished part. So i guess my
question would be how do i change it
exactly? And then what would my next
steps be.

Thank you to anyone who can help or point
Me in the right direction

2 Answers

33,385

You should be able to get one for less than$200.00 at the bone yard. Changing the part out is easy. Go to YouTube and watch a video on how to do it.

15

yes u can get one from a bone but make all the numbers match on both pcms. u allso might have to get it programed to your car.

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