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2002 Kia Sedona Engine Control Module Cardone - Reman. Engine Control Computer

P311-2142A30    72-50102  Remanufactured

3911039600

Qty:
$52.20 $535.39
Cardone Engine Control Module
  • Remanufactured Engine Control Computer
  • with OE # 39110-39600; Immobilizer Reset is Required - Refer to service manual for procedure.
  • Reman. Engine Control Computer
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector/Terminal Configuration: Pin/male; Pin/male; Pin/male; Pin/male
    • FAQs:
      • Check Engine Light Staying On After Resetting, Engine Turning Off For No Reason, Loss Of Spark, Loss Of Injection Pulse On Fuel Pump, Intermittent Starting Problems.
      • Chrysler Models 1996 And Newer Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Chrysler Pcm's Identified With A "v" Suffix Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Do All Chrysler Power Train Control Modules (pcm) Need Vin Programming?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti Theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti-theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • Do Gm Vehicles Have A Passive Anti-theft System?
      • Do I Have To Transfer Anything From My Original Ecm/pcm?
      • Do I Need A Scanner To Reset The Anti-theft System
      • Ensure That The Pcm Was Properly Flash Programmed For The Vehicle. Also Note Whether The Vehicle Is Equipped With The Ford "passive Anti-theft System", Which Requires An On-car Relearn.
      • I Replaced The Pcm In My Gm Vehicle. Do I Need To Reset The Passlock Or Passkey Vehicle Anti Theft System (vats)?
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require A Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The Motorcraft Site For Your Application.
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The O.e. Manufacturer’s Service Site For Your Application.
      • Not Necessarily. There Is A 30-minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To Your O.e. Manufacturer’s Approved Service Manual For Details.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Areas That Cause Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Powers, Bad Wiring Harness, Shorted Solenoids/relays.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Causes Of Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Power, A Bad Wiring Harness And Short-circuited Solenoids/relays.
      • Some Gm Applications Have A Knock Module That Must Be Transferred To The Replacement Module. Some Older Ford Applications Have A Calibration Module That Must Be Transferred To The Replacement Module.
      • The Replacement Ecm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Replacement Pcm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Wrong Ecm May Have Been Installed. Verify The Ford Engineering Id Number, Found On The Ecm/pcm, Crosses To The Correct Cardone Number.
      • What Are The Most Common Symptoms Of A Bad Pcm?
      • What Steps Should I Take To Assure The Original Ecm/pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • What Steps Should I Take To Ensure The Original Pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • What’s The Difference Between An Ecm And A Pcm?
      • Yes, Most Gm Vehicles Have A Vats, Pass Key Or Pass Lock Anti-theft System.
      • Yes, There's A 10 Minute Procedure Utilizing A Tech 2 Scanner And A Gm Terminal Subscription. There Is Also A 30 Minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To An Oe Approved Service Manual For Either Option.
      • “ecm” Stands For Electronic Control Module. “pcm” Stands For Powertrain Control Module. Both The Ecm And Pcm Control The Engine; However, The Pcm Also Has Control Over The Transmission.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • Meets O.e. Fit And Function.
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m Performance
      • On-car Vehicle Validation Is Done To Test Durability And Performance.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Re-soldering Of Critical Components Ensures Superior Electrical Connections. This Prevents Intermittent Failures And Leads To Longer Product Life.
      • Tested With Automated, Computerized Equipment Or Bench-tested, Depending On Application, To Ensure Functionality.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Terminal Quantity: 35, 26, 27, 30
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Electronic and Powertrain Control Modules are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. All critical components are re-soldered or replaced at our Philadelphia manufacturing plant, and each unit is 100% computer tested to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Kia Sedona
Cardone
1997 Kia Sportage Engine Control Module Cardone - Reman. Engine Control Computer

P311-3F38087    72-5505  Remanufactured

0K01C18881

Qty:
$48.60 $305.93
Cardone Engine Control Module
  • Remanufactured Engine Control Computer
  • with OE # 0K01C-18-881; Immobilizer Reset is Required - Refer to service manual for procedure.
  • Reman. Engine Control Computer
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector/Terminal Configuration: Pin/male
    • FAQs:
      • Check Engine Light Staying On After Resetting, Engine Turning Off For No Reason, Loss Of Spark, Loss Of Injection Pulse On Fuel Pump, Intermittent Starting Problems.
      • Chrysler Models 1996 And Newer Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Chrysler Pcm's Identified With A "v" Suffix Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Do All Chrysler Power Train Control Modules (pcm) Need Vin Programming?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti Theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti-theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • Do Gm Vehicles Have A Passive Anti-theft System?
      • Do I Have To Transfer Anything From My Original Ecm/pcm?
      • Do I Need A Scanner To Reset The Anti-theft System
      • Ensure That The Pcm Was Properly Flash Programmed For The Vehicle. Also Note Whether The Vehicle Is Equipped With The Ford "passive Anti-theft System", Which Requires An On-car Relearn.
      • I Replaced The Pcm In My Gm Vehicle. Do I Need To Reset The Passlock Or Passkey Vehicle Anti Theft System (vats)?
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require A Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The Motorcraft Site For Your Application.
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The O.e. Manufacturer’s Service Site For Your Application.
      • Not Necessarily. There Is A 30-minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To Your O.e. Manufacturer’s Approved Service Manual For Details.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Areas That Cause Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Powers, Bad Wiring Harness, Shorted Solenoids/relays.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Causes Of Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Power, A Bad Wiring Harness And Short-circuited Solenoids/relays.
      • Some Gm Applications Have A Knock Module That Must Be Transferred To The Replacement Module. Some Older Ford Applications Have A Calibration Module That Must Be Transferred To The Replacement Module.
      • The Replacement Ecm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Replacement Pcm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Wrong Ecm May Have Been Installed. Verify The Ford Engineering Id Number, Found On The Ecm/pcm, Crosses To The Correct Cardone Number.
      • What Are The Most Common Symptoms Of A Bad Pcm?
      • What Steps Should I Take To Assure The Original Ecm/pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • What Steps Should I Take To Ensure The Original Pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • What’s The Difference Between An Ecm And A Pcm?
      • Yes, Most Gm Vehicles Have A Vats, Pass Key Or Pass Lock Anti-theft System.
      • Yes, There's A 10 Minute Procedure Utilizing A Tech 2 Scanner And A Gm Terminal Subscription. There Is Also A 30 Minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To An Oe Approved Service Manual For Either Option.
      • “ecm” Stands For Electronic Control Module. “pcm” Stands For Powertrain Control Module. Both The Ecm And Pcm Control The Engine; However, The Pcm Also Has Control Over The Transmission.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • Meets O.e. Fit And Function.
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m Performance
      • On-car Vehicle Validation Is Done To Test Durability And Performance.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Re-soldering Of Critical Components Ensures Superior Electrical Connections. This Prevents Intermittent Failures And Leads To Longer Product Life.
      • Tested With Automated, Computerized Equipment Or Bench-tested, Depending On Application, To Ensure Functionality.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Electronic and Powertrain Control Modules are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. All critical components are re-soldered or replaced at our Philadelphia manufacturing plant, and each unit is 100% computer tested to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1997 - Kia Sportage
Cardone
1999 Kia Sportage Engine Control Module Cardone - Reman. Engine Control Computer

P311-4C7D54D    72-5500  Remanufactured

K08AB261204786 , 0K08A18881B

Qty:
$48.60 $267.65
Cardone Engine Control Module
  • Remanufactured Engine Control Computer
  • with OE # 0K08A-18-881B Flash Technology Unit pre-Programmed at the Factory
  • Reman. Engine Control Computer
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • Chrysler Pcm's Identified With A "v" Suffix Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Do All Chrysler Power Train Control Modules (pcm) Need Vin Programming?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti Theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • I Replaced The Pcm In My Gm Vehicle. Do I Need To Reset The Passlock Or Passkey Vehicle Anti Theft System (vats)?
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require A Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The Motorcraft Site For Your Application.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Areas That Cause Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Powers, Bad Wiring Harness, Shorted Solenoids/relays.
      • The Replacement Ecm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Wrong Ecm May Have Been Installed. Verify The Ford Engineering Id Number, Found On The Ecm/pcm, Crosses To The Correct Cardone Number.
      • What Steps Should I Take To Assure The Original Ecm/pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • Yes, There's A 10 Minute Procedure Utilizing A Tech 2 Scanner And A Gm Terminal Subscription. There Is Also A 30 Minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To An Oe Approved Service Manual For Either Option.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • On-car Vehicle Validation Is Done To Test Durability And Performance.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Re-soldering Of Critical Components Ensures Superior Electrical Connections. This Prevents Intermittent Failures And Leads To Longer Product Life.
      • Tested With Automated, Computerized Equipment Or Bench-tested, Depending On Application, To Ensure Functionality.
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Electronic and Powertrain Control Modules are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. All critical components are re-soldered or replaced at our Philadelphia manufacturing plant, and each unit is 100% computer tested to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Kia Sportage
Cardone
2001 Kia Sportage Engine Control Module Cardone - Reman. Engine Control Computer

P311-51DB8FD    72-5508  Remanufactured

0261206998 , 0K07A18881

Qty:
$41.40 $206.46
Cardone Engine Control Module
  • Remanufactured Engine Control Computer
  • with OE # 0K07A-18-881 Flash Technology Unit pre-Programmed at the Factory
  • Reman. Engine Control Computer
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • Chrysler Pcm's Identified With A "v" Suffix Will Need To Be Vin Programmed.
      • Do All Chrysler Power Train Control Modules (pcm) Need Vin Programming?
      • Do All Ford Vehicles Require A Passive Anti Theft System (p.a.t.s) Reset?
      • I Replaced The Pcm In My Gm Vehicle. Do I Need To Reset The Passlock Or Passkey Vehicle Anti Theft System (vats)?
      • No, Not All Ford Vehicles Require A Pats Reset. Check The Pats Chart Found On The Motorcraft Site For Your Application.
      • Prior To Replacing The Original Ecm/pcm, The Installer Should Determine What Caused The Original To Fail. Common Areas That Cause Failures Are: Poor Grounds And Powers, Bad Wiring Harness, Shorted Solenoids/relays.
      • The Replacement Ecm For A Ford Vehicle Won’t Start The Vehicle. Why?
      • The Wrong Ecm May Have Been Installed. Verify The Ford Engineering Id Number, Found On The Ecm/pcm, Crosses To The Correct Cardone Number.
      • What Steps Should I Take To Assure The Original Ecm/pcm Is Causing The Issue?
      • Yes, There's A 10 Minute Procedure Utilizing A Tech 2 Scanner And A Gm Terminal Subscription. There Is Also A 30 Minute Manual Procedure That Can Be Done Without A Scanner. Refer To An Oe Approved Service Manual For Either Option.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • On-car Vehicle Validation Is Done To Test Durability And Performance.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Re-soldering Of Critical Components Ensures Superior Electrical Connections. This Prevents Intermittent Failures And Leads To Longer Product Life.
      • Tested With Automated, Computerized Equipment Or Bench-tested, Depending On Application, To Ensure Functionality.
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Electronic and Powertrain Control Modules are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. All critical components are re-soldered or replaced at our Philadelphia manufacturing plant, and each unit is 100% computer tested to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
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2001 - Kia Sportage 2

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2008 Kia Spectra CEL: P2251

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Question From StarStuff on 2008 Kia Spectra CEL: P2251

I was getting the check engine light code P0032, which was due to one of these possible causes:

- Faulty Heated Oxygen Sensor (H2OS) Bank 1 Sensor 1
- Heated Oxygen Sensor (H2OS) Bank 1 Sensor 1 harness is open shorted to ground
- Heated Oxygen Sensor (H2OS) Bank 1 Sensor 1 circuit poor electrical connection
- Heated Oxygen Sensor (H2OS) Bank 1 Sensor 1 circuit fuse
- Faulty Engine Control Module (ECM)

Before I replaced the faulty O2 sensor, I disconnected the battery that way the computer could reset when I turned the car back on, with the new sensor in. Well I did this and when I turned the car on, no CEL, however, about 5 minutes on the road and I'm getting CEL again. This time the code read:

P2251

-Linear heated O2 sensor-bank 1, sensor 1 (HO2S11) reference ground circiut
Probable cause:

-Open or short circuit condition
- Poor electrical connection
- Failed HO2S11 (Bank 1 sensor 1)

It is worth noting I have driven the car about 100 miles and started it at least 30 times since replacing the O2 sensor.


Thanks!

Response From Hammer Time

That's an 0/2 heater code. You have to verify power and ground arriving at the sensor on the like colored wires. If you have both, then you have a bad sensor.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

What brand and part number sensor did you put in it?

That last code you got basically means the computer thinks the reference ground circuit is open. It has nothing to do with the heater circuit. The only way to see how this sensor is functioning is with a high end scan tool. The engine controller sends small positive and negative amounts of current to the A/F sensor's pumping cell in attempts to balance the sensor. The amount of current that is used and its polarity is monitored by the PCM. This is how the PCM calculates the fuel/air mixture. The PCM converts the measurements it sees to a voltage value that is displayed on the scan tool. The voltage usually stays around 1.9-2.0 volts when the air fuel mixture is 14.7:1. If the voltage goes lower than 1.9-2.0 volts the engine is running rich, so the computer will take fuel away from the engine. If it goes higher than 1.9-2.0 volts it is running lean and the computer will add fuel to the engine.

The computer watches the voltage to make sure it goes around 3.2 volt or higher during decel when the injectors are turned off. This is because there is nothing, but a lot of O2 in the exhaust when the injectors are shut down. If the computer doesn't see the voltage go high or go beyond a certain threshold, it assumes the reference ground is open.

Inspect the O2 harness and connector on the harness end really good. Make sure you don't have any broken, damaged connector terminals or wiring.

Response From StarStuff

Thank you for the reply!

This is the exact O2 sensor I installed:

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I took it to a mechanic today and he measured the voltage(or something electrical) on the O2 sensor and said it was fine, although he said he wasn't an expert in electrical and that I should get a second opinion. Once again, thank you for the input and any further information would be greatly appreciated!

Response From Discretesignals

That sensor could be a chinese knockoff. Never heard of the company (Replacement) that makes it.
Get yourself a dealer OEM, NTK, or Denso sensor.

Response From Hammer Time

Yep, I didn't look into it far enough. DS will take it from here.

Response From Discretesignals

LOL...thanks.

Just think of it as a MAF sensor. That is how I remember how it works. MAF sensor electronics control the amount of current to the MAF hot wire. The amount of current used to keep the wire hot is then converted to a linear or digital signal that the engine computer uses to determine how much air is flowing into the engine.