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|Connector / Terminal Configuration:||Pin/Male; Pin/Male|
|Module Housing Material:||Plastic|
|Terminal Quantity:||10; 14|
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Q:Is this the same as a Electronic Spark Advance Computer on a 1986 Dodge Van B250 5.2? Thank you
A:Hi Nathaniel, I'm glad to assist you. This Cardone Engine Control Computer - Remanufactured (Part No. 79-9082) is an exact replacement for your Electronic Spark Advance Computer on your 1986 Dodge Van B250 5.2L. This unit has spark control and it is pre-programmed at the factory.
Q:Is the the same as Electronic Spark Advance Computer?
A:Hi Nathaniel! In order to assist you further, please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.
Q:Will this stop the alt from charging the battery ?
A:Hi Dale, glad to assist you! Symptoms of a bad engine control computer: If you vehicle's check engine light remains on constantly, and never goes off, there's a good chance that your vehicle has a faulty engine control unit. There are numerous reasons why a car's check engine light will remain on. The most common reason is a problem with the ECU. If you notice that your check engine light is always on, take your in vehicle in for service and request that they check the engine control unit. If your vehicle fails to start for no apparent reason, this is also a good indicator that there may be a problem with the ECU. If you check the car battery, starter and other common electrical components, and the vehicle still does not start, a faulty engine control unit should be the next logical thing to consider. Many other symptoms can be associated with a faulty ECU. For example, poor performance or unexplained drops in fuel economy or efficiency are often related to onboard car computer problems, or faulty ECU issues. A damaged ECU can cause problems when shifting gears in an automatic transmission, or cause sudden jerking or stopping that's similar to transmission problems. If you experience jerking or stopping, you regularly maintain your transmission properly, and the vehicle has adequate levels of transmission fluid, then a faulty ECU should be suspect.
A:Hi Dale, great question! The PCM does have a voltage regulator that controls the alternator charge cycle. If the battery isn't charging is sure all wiring, connector and the battery are good.