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2001 Nissan Pathfinder Engine Computer And Immobilizer Ecu, Ecm,mec14-171 on

US $225.00

Nashville, Tennessee, US

Nashville, Tennessee, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

Please read the description and buy this ECU only if your Pathfinder:
1. Has an automatic transmission.
Your car needs to be AWD.
3. You need to know that you need to take it to a dealer to program it to match your key. It will not start without that being done.
Has a month of manufacture from 05/00 thru 07/00.
5. Compare the part number.

If you one of the above is not a match it will nor work in you vehicle.

This listing is for an

Engine computer with a matching immobilizer from the same vehicle.

pulled from a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder with a 3.5L engine and automatic transmission. 4WD

No All-Mode 4WD. Manufactured 06/00.

Please match all of the above (except the month of manufacture) before buying. 2001 Pathfinder could have 26 different ECU's depending on the factors above.

Part number - MEC14-171

It will need to be reprogrammed to match your key.

Pulled from a totaled vehicle and guaranteed to work.


Actual parts pictured.

Thank you for looking!

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