We carry Dodge PCM transmission computers and engine computers. These include TCMs, ECUs, and ECMs for almost every Dodge model.
If you go to the dealer, you will have to pay hundreds of dollars more. We offer a Quality Part - TCM, ECU, PCM, or ECM - at very competitive pricing!
Car computer modules at low prices is our specialty. Contact us today to get your cheap Dodge Transmission Computer, Dodge Engine Computer, or Dodge PCM!
You don't need a dealer to repair your Dodge with one of our quality-assured plug-and-play computer modules. Once you plug it in, your Dodge will be driver ready once more. We guarantee you will save time and money using it.
Not only are Dodge factory updates pre-installed in the part you need, we provide custom programming for it based on your vehicle's mileage and identification number.
1. Once we receive payment, we ship your part within 24-48 hours via USPS or FedEx.
2. We supply a pre-paid return address label.
3. Remove your new part and install it.
4. Place your old part in the box, affix the label and send it back to us.
5. As soon as we receive the old part, your warranty period begins.
The Dodge brothers began producing vehicles in 1914. From that time forward to Daimler-Chrysler, Dodge has added to American car and truck history with a wide range of vehicles, including concept cars and military ones. Check out their Wikipedia page where you can review an easy-to-read timeline for a lot of interesting and fun facts about Dodge's prolific automobile history!
Did you know the Dodge “ram” logo -- a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep head -- has symbolized the rugged durability of Dodge vehicles since 1932? It started with cars and trucks between 1932 and 1954 and then became the exclusive logo for Dodge Ram trucks.
The famous American sculptor Avard T. Fairbanks spent weeks trying to find the best animal design that would evoke feelings of power and mythos. He sent three drawings of different bighorn sheep designs to Mr. Chrysler because he felt the ram represented the sure-footed, “king” of rough terrain.
He advised Chrysler that the first thing anyone would think is that the ram can't be challenged -- a simple image for a powerful idea. He connected the ram to Dodge by explaining that if anyone faces a charging ram, they “dodge” it.
We believe this amazing beginning is why Dodge parts are unbeatable.