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post #1 of 3 Old 06-12-2015, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for mopar tec to help

Any mopar tecs out there? I have some questions on a can bus problem with my speedo and fuel gauge. I briefly installed another jk PCM while trying to figure out a no crank signal. Now I have a vin missmatch code with the original PCM and I can't get the code to clear. I use alldata and it says I need a new PCM. But I fixed my crank signal and it's up and running.
Any help would be great
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I am in a remotely similar situation with my BMW. I may need to swap out the ABS/DSC control unit that bolts to the ABS hydraulic unit. They are coded to the car. In order to use a new part or even a junk yard part, I will have to recode it.

In the BMW world, I can do this by ordering an INPA (USB to OBD2 port cable) on Amazon which will come with the BMW INPA software as well as the NCS Expert software (the former lets you read all of the codes (OBD2, ABS, SRS etc) and with the latter, you can flip the DRL bits or even recode an ECU.

Something for the Jeep surely exists, even if it is still dealer only.
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I am in a remotely similar situation with my BMW. I may need to swap out the ABS/DSC control unit that bolts to the ABS hydraulic unit. They are coded to the car. In order to use a new part or even a junk yard part, I will have to recode it.

In the BMW world, I can do this by ordering an INPA (USB to OBD2 port cable) on Amazon which will come with the BMW INPA software as well as the NCS Expert software (the former lets you read all of the codes (OBD2, ABS, SRS etc) and with the latter, you can flip the DRL bits or even recode an ECU.

Something for the Jeep surely exists, even if it is still dealer only.
Yea I was wondering about that possibility. I just need to make sure it's not going to break the bank and fix the problem.
Maybe there is a website that I can get a factory DIY PCM flash. Because the dealer is going to steal my wallet.
Thanks for the idea.
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