This listing covers all motor sizes,transmissions,and emissions types.
Plug-and-play computer modules for your Dodge vehicle can save you money and keep your car out of the shop!
That's right, just pop this handy module in your car and drive off into the sunset.
Your module will arrive customized to your specified VIN and mileage.
Here's what we need from you:
Select your module and we'll process your payment
We quickly ship your piece along with a return lablel for your old computer
Ship your old computer
Once we receive your old piece, your 1 year warranty is validated
What You Need To Know About The Dodge Durango
In 1998, the world saw the first Dodge Durango. It was introduced by the Chrysler Corporation as a major competitor to the Toyota 4Runner and Ford Explorer. Chrysler's executives hoped that it would redefine the market of sport utility vehicles. Because of the optional third row of seats that was facing forward, up to seven passengers could fit comfortably in this Dodge.
The standard engine on the original Dodge Durango was a powerful 5.2-liter Magnum V-8. Moreover, the vehicle could be purchased with an even more powerful engine as an option. Furthermore, the standard model of Dodge Durango came with a four-wheel drive, while a full-time transfer case could be purchased as an option.
In 1999, the Chrysler Corporation introduced a less expensive, two-wheel drive model. This model had a 3.9-liter Magnum V-6 engine which featured a better fuel economy.
In 2004, the engineers of Chrysler Corporation gave the Dodge Durango a much needed update. This major update caused the Dodge Durango to grow in size quite significantly.
The wheelbase became about four inches taller and three inches longer. The interior space was increased as well. Sp the vehicle has become much more comfortable for passengers because of its significantly increased passenger space. The amount of trunk space was increased as well.
The part numbers in stock are below:
56029201AA, 56029201AB, 56029202AA, 56029202AB, 56040616AJ