You CAN get one out of another Aztek, so long as it's got the same options and such. If you get one out of a "base model" Aztek and yours is "fully loaded, " some of your options may not work. YOU CANNOT REPROGRAM these modules. I've replaced one in my wife's 2001 Aztek. Best option: Do a search online, buy a NEW ONE and take it to an auto repair shop you TRUST. They MUST "pull" the information from the old BCM to program the new, "blank" BCM. DO NOT buy a "refurbished" BCM. The auto shop I took mine to allowed me to remove my old BCM and install the new one for them to program. I spent $250 total for parts and programming. Most dealerships will charge $300 for the BCM plus labor to replace. Most independent shops around me will do the job start to finish for $500.
Saturday, April 17th, 2010 AT 4:51 PM