Mopar Performance ECU, 1995 Neon 2.0L SOHC / DOHC

Model Number: 221296-95

Note: This ECU is designed for Neons equipped with a manual transmission. Neons equipped with an automatic transmission can use this ECU as well, however the torque lockup converter will not work, and your gas mileage will decrease slightly.

Years ago, the Mopar PCM was the only option for 95-99 Neon owners who wanted to increase their Neon's performance. It was then discontinued by Mopar around 2010.

These are OEM ECUs that have been flashed, and have the following benefits:

  • Gain 7-10 hp peak at the wheels, or even more if your car is highly modified.
  • Increased rev limiter
  • Improved fuel maps that take advantage of 93 octane gas with more timing.
  • Improved throttle response, more horsepower and torque.
  • No Purge System Monitoring
  • No EGR Valve Monitoring
  • No Speed Limiter

This item is purchased outright. You buy it, we ship it to you, you install it and your car starts with it, and drives. Its that simple. You do not need to return your ECU.

Want to save some money? Send us your pcm and we'll flash it and send it back to you for less than this listing that includes a pcm.

Please note: we have a limited number of 95 ECU's with damaged plastic connectors. These still function just fine. We discount them $50 if you choose one in the pull down menu. See our photos on this page for an example of a broken connector.

Mopar Performance ECU, 1995 Neon 2.0L SOHC / DOHC, Electronics: Store Name

Ask a Product Question

  • Lonnie chassereau
    I have a Mopar performance pcm for my 95 sohc can u tell me will and how benefit from the pcm modern is offering besides the 400 more rpm's?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This PCM flash was originally designed by Boost Button, a company that was made to flash 80's and 90's Chrysler PCM's. This pcm flash is more aggressive than the Mopar pcm, and it makes more power through different fuel tables and more aggressive timing.
  • Bryan
    What is the difference between the Mopar and Syked ECU? Whats the rev limit on the Mopar compared to the Syked?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The 1995 Mopar Neon computer flash raises the rev limit to 7600 rpms. The difference, is that Syked never offered a flash for the 1995 Neon computer, and so because we want to offer support to 95 Neon owners, we took the steps necessary to be able to offer 1995 Neon PCM flashes.
  • Steven Hayward
    Will this ecm compansate for slight boost (5psi) and will i need a different 02 sensor?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      No, this pcm is not designed for use with a turbocharger, as it has advanced timing and fuel tables set up for normally aspirated use. You could use this pcm with a turbocharger, but you are decreasing your safety margin by having boost, and advanced timing together. Ultimately, using this pcm with a turbo if you are not careful, could result in piston damage from detonation.
  • Bryan Beltran
    Will it work in a 95 eclipse 420a i did used a 95 neon PCM on my 95 manual transmission eclipse but the pcm stop working causing misfires to the car
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This computer will also work on the 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse non turbo with 420A motor. You'll gain 7-10 hp if not more, and have an increased rev limiter. You will have to swap the steel backing plate though, as the mounting bracket for the computer is different on the Eclipse. So you'd remove the 4 bolts holding the backing plate to your Eclipse computer, remove the plate on the computer we sent you, and then swap them. Or just mail us your computer and we'll flash it for you and then you can easily install it back on your Eclipse.
  • Jonathan
    Can the stock internals on the 2.0L DOHC handle the 8,100 rpm rev limiter?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The 8100 rpm version of this pcm flash has been around since the early 2000's and we have not heard of any issues from customers.
  • Scott Wright
    Does this computer work for all 1st gen's?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      No, like the title says, its designed for 1995 Neons. This is because the connector on the 95's are unique, and not compatible with the 96-99 Neon computers.