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Swapping 03'w/3.0 into 07'w/3.0 (Engine&Trans)

No crank situation, replaced battery, have theft light blinking rapidly tried reset procedures, now going to order a PCM with 2 programmed keys included., My question is do I order the PCM for the 07' car or the 03' car that i took the engine&trans out of?? (have both veh.In my driveway)? Please help going broke on this venture, sidenote also replaced ALL front end parts from struts to ball joints
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Welcome When you post in the right forum I would be interested to know what wiring harness you kept. 07 has things 03 doesn't have like heated PCV valve and runner control valve.

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Would love to know the outcome of this. Boyfriend is in process of swapping engine and tranny from 03 to 01
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03 to 01 swap will have alternator issues if wiring and computer isn't swapped also
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03 to 01 swap will have alternator issues if wiring and computer isn't swapped also
Everything was transferred except rack and pins. And one other thing. He's stumped as to why it won't start and me being a auto noob and clean freak want to inspect and clean every last wire and connection. Lol I gave up. He's determined, as this either turns into us still having a vehicle or starting from square negative 1. I should and may post in the other topic more suitable for this project talk.
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Key tumbler, computer and keys from 03 needs to transfer or anti theft will prevent starting
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