ECU Pinouts

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How To Test a Chrysler Concorde Crank Sensor

The crank angle sensor is one of the most important sensors in your Chrysler Concorde. When your Concorde Crank Sensor starts to go bad, or...

Brake Tech 101 – Everything to Know about Brakes

They say bigger is better and it's certainly one aspect that applies to the brakes in your car. It's one thing to bolt on...

How To Test a Chevy Astro MAP Sensor

When your Chevy Astro MAP sensor is beginning to go bad, you can use this handy How To Guide to test it. The MAP (Manifold...

How To Test your Accord Ignition Switch

When you are having problems with your ignition switch in your Honda Accord, it can be problematic to start your vehicle or to even...

How To Test a Ford Mustang IAT Sensor

Otherwise known as the Intake Air Temperature sensor, your Ford Mustang IAT Sensor is located in your intake piping. This unit is a two...

Getting Your Vehicle Ready for Summer

Preparing your vehicle for the warm summer months is easy to do. When the winter begins to wind down, you need to use these...

FAQ : Catalytic Converters, CARB and You

CARB is an acronym that many enthusiasts that live in California are more than familiar with in relation to modified parts, and is named...

FAQ – Honda Fit Ecu Pinouts

The RME-A11 and RME-A89 ecus are found in the 2007-2008 GD Honda Fit and Honda Jazz and can be found behind your passenger side glovebox,...