Buick - Electrical Part 3: Automotive Computer Operation (1990)

This video, Part 3 of a three-part video series taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-126), discusses theory of operation and application of the automotive computer systems used in early 1990s Buicks such as: the BCM (Body Control Module), ECM (Electronic Control Module), and PCM (Powertrain Control Module).

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How to Replace Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Car Computer
On a Ford Contour 1997. This video will show how to access, remove, and install this engine computer as well as give some interesting tidbits on various views. Purchase powertrain control module online here: Amazon Affiliate Link PCM http://goo.gl/TsJnen Also called ECU ECM PCM. It has many designations being a computer device with dozens of sensors feeding information allowing for emissions to be low and efficiency to be maximized. Thank you Matthumanpizza is not responsible for anything anybody does to their vehicle, thank you




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