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What is a control module?
A control module is a computer module that monitors and controls a system in a vehicle. It can also be referred to as an electronic control unit (ECU).
What is the purpose of a control module?
A control module is responsible for monitoring and controlling a system in the vehicle. It can monitor the engine, transmission, and other components in the vehicle and adjust settings as needed.
How can I tell if my control module is faulty?
If your control module is faulty, you may experience problems with your vehicle such as decreased fuel efficiency, an illuminated check engine light, or difficulty starting the engine.
Can a faulty control module cause damage to my vehicle?
Yes, a faulty control module can cause damage to other vehicle components if not replaced in a timely manner.
How do I replace a control module?
Replacing a control module requires the following steps:
- Disconnect the battery.
- Remove the faulty control module.
- Install the new control module.
- Reconnect the battery.