This listing covers all motor sizes,transmissions,and emissions types.
You will see that our Plug-and-Play PCM module will save you time! You won't need to visit a dealer at any point. All you have to do is to plug it into your vehicle by following simple instructions and drive away. Simplicity at its finest!
Your ECU will come custom programmed so that it matches your vehicle's VIN and its mileage. Plus, the ECM will be fully up-to-date with the latest software updates released by Dodge. This means that you won't have to do any additional programming tasks to get it up and running.
How Does Our Order Process Work?
1. We confirm that your payment has been received.
2. We ship out your new PCM and include a pre-paid return label.
3. You send back your previous ECU.
4. The 1-year warranty period on your new ECM will start when your old computer has been received.
The History Behind Dodge Cars and Trucks
Every vehicle brand has an interesting story behind it and this brand is no different. If you want to find out more about the history behind Dodge, just take a quick look at Wikipedia. This comprehensive online encyclopedia will tell you how the company was founded, what type of vehicles it produced and more. You will also get a glimpse at some of the most interesting vehicles that rolled off its assembly line, such as concept cars and military vehicles. When you want to learn more about any type of vehicle, Wikipedia will usually have all of the information you need.
How Did the Ram Logo Get Chosen?
Many truck owners wonder why Dodge used the big horn sheep, or ram, as a logo on its trucks. This actually isn't a new idea, but rather dates back to 1932. All cars and trucks made by the brand had the ram logo on them until 1954. The logo was recently revived for some of their trucks.
The ram design was created by Avard T. Fairbanks, one of the most talented sculptors and artists in modern American history. He tried drawing several animals and mythological creatures for the car brand, before finally deciding that the ram would be the best option.
Mr. Chrysler agreed that a charging ram would be the best symbol to put on trucks, as it symbolized an animal that is sure-footed, strong and that is respected by others in the animal kingdom as the king of the mountain trail.