What Is Error Code P0300?

The OBD-II P0300 code indicates that your engine has experienced multiple random misfires. If this is indeed the case, you’ve probably already noticed some changes in your car’s performance, as well as some rough engine operation, both while driving and while idle. But other than the occasional shudder, what does this mean for your car?…

Everything You Need to Know About PCM Reflashing

Whether you’re thinking of reflashing your own powertrain control module or purchasing a replacement, our guide will answer all your questions. We’ll help you understand how reflashing works and what your options are, so you can make the right decision for your car and budget. A Very Short History of Car Computers Let’s begin with…

Replacing Your PCM

If you’re reading this, that most likely means you’re not having a good day as a result of car troubles. A possible cause of these issues could simply be a faulty Power-train Control Module. The PCM is considered the brains of the operation and when it’s having complications, the rest of the vehicle will follow…

Automotive Computers – How Do They Work?

Think quickly about how different a typical car on the road is today from say, 25 years ago. What has changed? What has remained the same? Obviously, cars today generally still have seats, pedals, and a steering wheel. But, over the past ten years and beyond, automobiles have been relying much more on electronics, apps,…