Below you can find your Engine Control Module (ECM) or Transmission Control Module (TCM) for the Dodge Ram Truck Cummins Diesel.
To save time and avoid the process of visiting the dealer, a qualitative Plug-and-Play component, fully guaranteed, is now available. The simple process includes plugging it in, then driving away.
The vehicle identification number and mileage from your automobile is custom programmed to matched your part and there is no need for additional programming. Available software updates are automatically pre-installed from Dodge.
1. Your payment is received.
2. The order is shipped along with prepaid return label.
3. Old computer is returned.
4. After receiving old computer, the one-year warranty is initiated.
For a complete history on Dodge, Wikipedia is the first place as well as the best online resource to visit. This free online encyclopedia does a great job of chronicling the Dodge brother's journey from the very beginning to Daimler-Chrysler. In addition, it gives an account of the various types of vehicles that the Dodge assembly lines have rolled off, including concept cars and military vehicles along with the dates that these vehicles made their first appearances on the market.
Dodge uses the big horn sheep or ram on their trucks and cars to symbolize the ruggedness of their vehicles. This icon has been a part of their trademark, which began in 1932 up to its present.
After working for many weeks on producing a variety of dominant mythology creatures and animals, representing the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, Avard T. Fairbanks contacted Mr.Chrysler and invited him to review the three designs he had completed. There was no doubt that his idea of the "charging ram" would not be accepted.
Mr. Fairbanks' explanation of the "charging ram" design to Mr. Chrysler was that anything that came face to face with the animal, king of the mountain trail and sure-footed, first instinct would be to DODGE it! The vision became clear to Mr. Chrysler after hearing the logic behind the design. He accepted Mr. Fairbanks' drawing of the "ram" and it has remained the "charging" iconic symbol ever since, representing the toughness of Dodge trucks.
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