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Old 02-14-2018, 10:13 AM   #1
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Pin-out information (electrical connectors)

Don't know if anyone has seen this or posted before but I found this site that has a ton of useful pin-out and connector information for different years and models of Mopar vehicles. Didn't see that it had the PCM/TCM pinout info but it does have other things like seat harness connections and other things that might be helpful for many people either troubleshooting issues or doing various mods.

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Old 02-14-2018, 11:18 AM   #2
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Didn't see that it had the PCM/TCM pinout info

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Good info, helped me compare The 05 Magnum PCM to the 05 Ram PCM
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I've found that on the older models, like my 2004, you might have to download the image of the connector (might depend on you operating system, I'm on Linux). It's a .dwf file format, sort of a CAD drawing. Instead of finding a program to open the files, you can upload and view them in your browser at this site. You have to create an account, but it's free and seems to work pretty good. This would also work for any CAD type drawing file format from what I can tell.

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