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06-12 Chevrolet Impala Body Control Module BCM BCU Location Removal Replacement

The BCM or body control module is an electronic control unit responsible for monitoring and controlling various electronic accessories in a vehicle’s body. The Body Control Module controls many things that are not directly related to the engine such as headlights, windows, alarm system and the control the door locks. A body control module is almost always specifically programmed to work with a specific car and must be reprogrammed when replaced. Possible Symptoms: – Interior electrical problems such as radio locked, security light on, no interior lights, air bag light on – Car alarm goes off by by itself...

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VW Volkswagen New Beetle Engine Control Computer Module ECM ECU Location Removal Replacement

Possible symptoms: – Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light) – Engine stalling, high idle speed or misfiring – Engine performance issues – Car not starting Difficulty: Easy Programming: Needs to be programmed by a Volkswagen dealer. Manufactured by Bosch Part Number: 06A906018CQ / 06A 906 018 CQ Part Location The Engine Control Computer Module or ECM / ECU in the Volkswagen Beetle is location on the driver side of the upper dash. We recommend using an interior panel removal tool kit. Plastic interior panels are prone to damage and cracking from age. Work slowly and always...

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2012-2014 Ford Focus Interior Fuse Box and Engine Bay Power Distribution Box Location

The 2012-2014 Ford Focus has two different fuse boxes and one power distribution box that are located in three separate locations. When an electrical component stops working the fault may be in the fuse that protects it. Because the fuse easiest to check, look at it first. You’ll want to check for burnt fuses or signs of water damage. Parts Interchange: 2012 Ford Focus 2013 Ford Focus 2014 Ford Focus Fuse Box Locations Interior There are two different fuse boxes that are located in the interior of the 2012-2014 Ford Focus. The first one is located under neath the...

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93-97 Firebird & Camaro Bi-Xenon Projector Headlight Conversion

The Problem: The factory headlights are nothing to talk about and put out a very poor amount of lighting. I first moved on to new H4 conversion housings with Hella housings and quality H4 lamps. The output was much better but I knew HID would be the next logical step to further improve the lighting. I purchased a drop-in HID kit with a movable Hi/Low shield controlled by a solenoid. Everything was plug and play and it gave off a beautiful color and decent output but nothing compared to a true HID projector. I finally decided to start looking...

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Free Mods For Horsepower To Make Any Car Faster LT1 LS1

De-screen the MAF (Mass Airflow Sensor) ****WARNING!!! THE MAF IS EXTREMELY SENSITIVE BE CAREFUL WHEN HANDLING IT! NEVER TOUCH THE WIRES EITHER! ***** Start by removing the MAF from the car and finding a clean area to work. There are many ways to remove the screen, but probably the safest way is to use a Torx head socket and unbolt the 2 metal halves from the actual sensor. This will prevent you from accidentally damaging the wires. Set the sensor aside were it won’t get damaged. Some people have had some negative effects from removing the MAF screen, so...

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