Dodge Caravan ECMs, PCMs, and TCMs for Sale
Just Put it in and Drive, no need to visit the dealer!
Our module is completely Plug-and-Play. This means that you not only get a quality part, but you will also save a lot of time! No need to have it installed by a technician at a dealer. All you have to do is plug it in, then drive away.
The part you ordered will already be programmed so that it matches your vehicle's mileage and VIN. All of the software updates and patches released by Dodge will also come installed, so there is no need to perform any more programming on your end.
How does everything work?
1. Your order and payment are received and processed.
2. Your order is shipped together with a pre-paid return label.
3. You send us back your old computer.
4. As soon as we receive the old part, your warranty period begins.
Dodge: Brand With an Interesting History
One of the best sources of information for those who want to learn more about a vehicle brand is Wikipedia. The Dodge article on the world's most popular reference site talks about how the Dodge brothers founded the company, all the way up to its acquisition by Daimler-Chrysler. You can also get more information about every vehicle that Dodge created, such as concept cars, military vehicles and more. You can also see a timeline of the different models, including some pictures.
How the Dodge Logo Was Created
You've certainly seen the big horn sheep, or ram, used on Dodge trucks. It was used as a symbol for Dodge vehicles between 1932 and 1954 and was recently revived on the rugged trucks they make today.
The logo was created by Avard T. Fairbanks, an American artist. He was looking through various designs that included mythological creatures and powerful animals. Finally, he settled on drawing the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, as he was sure that the concept of the charging ram would be welcome by Mr. Chrysler.
He was right and the art concept was quickly accepted, due to the ram's image as the king of the mountain trail. This is why the ram is still being used as a symbol for Dodge trucks today.