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Q: I purchased a new computer for it does it need programed

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Van wouldn't start has it towed checked all fuses replaced nock sensor ,cam sensor,pick up coil still no luck

My car has 170453 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: You would need to have it programmed to you...

You would need to have it programmed to your VIN. Have the computer scanned to see if you have a good crank shaft signal first, before replacing the ECM. You may not need the ECM replaced; you may have a bad crankshaft sensor.

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