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2005 Dodge Dakota SLT 4.7L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1D7HE42N75
CEL on for all the heater circuits. ECM drivers for the heater circuits have failed. I am looking for any assistance on locating a ECM for this vehicle. Dodge has discontinued it. Cardone does not reman it anymore according AZ and Oriellys. Does any of the... Trouble codes: P0037 (Oxygen sensor heater circuit), P0031 (Oxygen sensor heater circuit), P0051 (Oxygen sensor heater circuit), P0057
2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 3.6L Transfer case VIN: 1C4RJFCG5D
We have a 2013 Cherokee that came in binding and not wanting to move very easily in low speed sharp corners, almost like a locked front diff. Also wouldn't shift to different transfer case modes and the transfer case motor was clicking for several seconds ...

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2013 Dodge Dart Rallye 2.0L Cooling fan VIN: 1C3CDFBA8D
Sorry for the late response but this one is fixed. Installed a replacement cooling fan module assembly and it operated exactly the same. High speed fan at 230 F then gradually goes to low speed after engine cools down. This appears to be normal operation for t...
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