I don't don't that you can "plug and play" a used BCM, never tried it. A junk yard may be able to provide you with that info. When we replace them, they need to be programmed to the car and the the passlock anti-theft also need to be programmed. Both of these procedures require a scanner to do this.
The door lock switch is in the accessory panel, you can remove it then disconnect it. Check the BCM connector make sure it's tight and clean with no corrosion on it.
How easy is it? Depends on the person, it's relative. I'll tell you this much, "You are smarter than you think you are".
Friday, October 26th, 2007 AT 5:59 AM