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Q: Where is the body control module located on my pickup?

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I am trying to locate the body control module on my pickup , beginning to wonder if it even has one .

My car has 226000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The BCM is under the center console up near the front near dash. One of the seats need to be removed first, then you will need to remove center console. Once the console is removed you can then access the BCM mounting near the lower dash panel. Once the BCM is replaced it will need to be programmed to work on your vehicle by using a dealer level scanner.

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