Nice!, thanks for the pic good post, I'll be getting into mine, I've replaced it with a reman one from A1 Cardone, $271 total ( $ 225 + 60 core) -$45 discount w/my points, from online @ Advance Auto Parts . No I'm not a salesman, I went through other suppliers that had a terrible time getting a "usable recycled pcm", luckily I got a refund. The Jeep fired right up. I'll keep the old one for a time, The jeep still ran with it, but still susceptible to the "die while drive" syndrome. I really want to see if those soldered connections where the pins are have continuity and if there are hairline cracks. With the A1 Cardone pcm the jeep seemed to start smoother and the tranny seemed to shift way better, don't know if its my imagination or there really was updated programming installed. Cardones website, has some helpful troubleshooting flyers. they state that the pcms have failure when other components- like "solenoids" are dying and have a higher ohm resistance that normal. Also if any sensors are grounded out and also higher resistance. They say the TCC,"torque converter solenoid" in the AT is a common fail- High resistance, that would stress the PCM. I'll keep you guys updated on the new pcm. I'll be ohming out thaT Solenoid ASAP.. Hopefully no news except keeps on driving. By the way, Cardones replacement pcm is like the one in this post that JS97ZJ has posted, It has the cover and bent over tabs, my old dust cover of course doesn't fit over that type, I kinda made it stay though.