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I was told about my BCM and looked where I was told and sure enough there is a small module on the right hand side of the car. What is the purpose of this module and could it be a source of problem when switching computers out?

My car is a 90 Daytona Shelby 2.5L auto.


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Shel-Game said:
It controls the door locks, lights, dash, theft system (if equiped) etc.
Would it have anything to do with swapping out computers under the hood and
shutting down the car after 2 seconds?

are they matched to the computer under the hood?

are they a matching pair that works together?

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if your car has the security system and you unplug your enging comp and switch em its been said that it takes like 30 cranks before it will let the new one work. search for stuff on the factory alarm and read up, i bet your problem lies within.
 

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cky said:
if your car has the security system and you unplug your enging comp and switch em its been said that it takes like 30 cranks before it will let the new one work. search for stuff on the factory alarm and read up, i bet your problem lies within.
Thanks for the advice, UMBOMB helped me out and now the car is running with a matching computer.. I need to get Three Turbos computer shipping Saturday
but I have both to Thanks for the help and input what to look for..
I'm finding out that the 90 model is must different from the 88-89 model cars I am so use to dealing with.


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