Below you can find your Engine Control Module (ECM) or Transmission Control Module (TCM) for the Dodge Ram Van.
If you are looking to save time, this is by far the best Plug-and-Play module for you to consider. The quality of it is not only assured, but it is also guaranteed. The best part is that you will never have to visit another dealer. All that is required for it to work is merely to plug it in.
There is no need to worry about personal customization, because the part will come fully programmed already to specifically match your actual vehicle identification number, as well as its specific mileage. Thanks to a software update already installed and available from Dodge, you will not have to worry about any additional programming.
The first step involves us receiving your payment for the device. After the payment has been received, we will then ship out your order. With your order, we will also include a pre-paid return label. Using the pre-paid return label, you will then send us your old computer. Finally, your new warranty will begin, but the year does not officially start until your old computer reaches us.
Thanks to the wonders of the internet, you do not have to look anywhere other than Wikipedia to find out the incredible history behind Dodge. The information there will take you all the way back in time to the Dodge brothers, where the journey of Dodge began. It also contains an extensive time line that will allow you to see the history of Dodge and their vehicles.
Have you ever wondered how the ram became the symbol used on all of Dodge’s trucks? Back in 1932 to 1954, Avard T. Fairbanks had been hired to come up with an interesting design. He first started with as many powerful animals and mythological creatures that he could think of. However after thinking things through, he presented a drawing of a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep to Mr. Chrysler as a potential candidate.
When asked for the reasoning behind this animal, Fairbanks told Mr. Chrysler that it was because of how sure footed this creature was and that it was definitely the king of any mountain trail. The trucks got the name Dodge, due to this creature as well. Fairbanks proposed that if you were ever charged by one of these animals all you would think to do is DODGE it! Ever since then, the ram has been the symbol for all of their tough Dodge trucks.
Pretty interesting facts, wouldn't you agree?