If the dealer lacks one, then reman is about your only choice. Look up NPC out of Houston. They will want your vin, mileage, and numbers off the old pcm. They may want other info, or have info for you. They will usually give you a quote number, and a price. They ship them to you, then you return your old one to them. I've had to use them a few times, no problemos. Make sure you have good powers and grounds, and all your coils ohm out ok. Last thing you want is to cook another pcm.