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Q: ECM LOCATION on 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

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have had in a shop for 3 months , computer spitting no code's ,started with the crank sensor (after much research from crossfire forum )replaced it ,ran fine for a week then stalled out again no start .did repair on relay control module after (research from crossfire forum ) repaired still no fire from coils out - got another new crank sensor did the same thing , will spin over will not start , gettting fuel ,and spark up to coil's from coils out no fire, (after much research from crossfire forum),was told has to be ecm engine control module found a company to repair it but have to send to them cant find it to ship to them .local dodge dealerships will no touch say they have not the correct computers to diagnose ---
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I see why you may be frustrated. Alldata shows a picture of the ECM and other modules that are in the same box with a cover on it in rf area under hood. Some parts stores have Alldata for customers to use. I think its Advance or Autozone that owns Alldata. I would copy and paste that picture for you but Alldata will not let me copy their pics. Also I have the old factory scan tool that Chryser used to up to 2005. Its a DRB3 and it has Crossfire software diagnostics. Lots of independant shops that are heavy in diagnostics have these scanners and that might be your best bet to get hooked up to a DRB3. Suggest you call around and ask if someone in your area has one.

where is my ecu located due to all the codes and problems that Im having. abs, bas,esp and brake light also check eng light. when all this lights come on car locks in low rear until I shut it off.
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