Below you can find your Engine Control Module (ECM) or Transmission Control Module (TCM) for the Dodge Ram Pickup.
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We guarantee that this quality module will save you time! Getting started is very easy. Just plug it in and start driving. You don't have to visit a dealer to use have our product installed.
We program every part so that it matches your automobile's vehicle identification number and odometer reading. Also, we take care of installing the latest updates provided by Dodge. This means you don't have to do any programming on your end.
1. We receive your order and confirm your payment.
2. The order is quickly shipped to you together with a pre-paid return label.
3. You send us back your old computer using the provided shipping label.
4. The 1-year warranty will begin immediately when we receive your old computer.
Dodge is one of the most popular brand of trucks in the world. Have you ever wondered how they got started? If so, you should check out their Wikipedia entry. It provides a wealth of information about the brand's history. You will also get to see various models of cars and trucks that Dodge made over the years. Some of them, such as concept cars and military vehicles are quite interesting to look at.
Dodge uses a stylized logo of a big horn sheep, or ram, on their current lineup of trucks. But have you ever wondered how this symbol was created? It used to feature on all Dodge cars and trucks from 1932 to 1954 and is still in use today on their trucks.
The symbol was designed by Avard T. Fairbanks, who had to choose between various animals and mythological creatures to represent the brand. He settled on the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, as it was sure-footed and seen as the king of the mountain trail. He went on to present the image to Mr. Chrysler, who agreed that using such a noble and powerful creature as a symbol for Dodge vehicles was a great choice. This is why we see the ram as a symbol for today's Dodge trucks.