i have code p0201 on 2004 Dodge Stratus

when checking it out i have no pulse on that injector found bad wiring an replaced it an still same thing so on to replacing pcm with a reman an still same thing did i get a bad reman pcm or am i still over looking something any info to this would help

by in Lewistown, PA on August 10, 2013
2 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by on August 11, 2013
What does the data stream look like on the scanner when running. There are some tests you can do with a full enhanced scanner that you can't do with a "code reader".
COMMENT by on August 11, 2013
i only have a code reader now but what im thinking is i got a bad pcm
COMMENT by on August 11, 2013
Can I borrow some money. Spend the money to have it checked out by a "PAT". I can help you with the purchase of the computer. Contact me autoknowhow@gmail.com
ANSWER by on August 11, 2013
You do have a bad pcm if the injector driver circuit was shorted! Also you will destroy the replacement pcm if the circuit(s) are not repaired!
COMMENT by on August 11, 2013
changed wiring before i even ordered the raman pcm
COMMENT by on August 11, 2013
That's a good thing! Replacement pcm preprogramed?
COMMENT by on August 11, 2013
I hope the poster knows what that means. If he buys a raman computer he must buy it programed already.
COMMENT by on August 12, 2013
yes i had to send vin number an mileage with order but had same problem when installed they are sending me another one to see what happens now