2000 Dodge Durango 5.9L ECM PCM Engine Control Module

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This part (2000 Dodge Durango 5.9L ECM PCM Engine Control Module) is compatible with:- 2000 Dodge DurangoPlease Note:If your part is not listedCall 1-888-875-2958(We’ll probably have it in-stock offline)This listing covers 5.9L V8 engines and all emissions types.This module is fully plug-and-play:All that you have to do is install it in your vehicle and drive off, no need to see a dealer!When you get your new part, you will find that it has already been programmed to show your vehicle’s VIN and current mileage. Every Dodge software update will also be installed already, so there is no need to perform any more programming.This is how it works:You send your payment.We send out your order, together with a pre-paid shipping label.You send us back the old computer.Your new 1 year warranty starts when the old computer is received.The History of the Dodge DurangoDodge began manufacturing its Durango in 1998 to compete with Ford’s Explorer and Toyota’s 4Runner in the sport utility market. Unlike the 4Runner and Explorer, though, the Durango had optional third row seating, which made the SUV roomy enough for seven passengers.In its debut year, the Durango came equipped with a 5.2-liter (or optional 5.9-liter) Magnum V8 engine. Four-wheel drive was also standard in 1998, but shoppers could opt for a model that allowed them to turn the 4X4 on and off.The following year, Dodge released a less expensive two-wheel drive trim level and added a 3.9-liter Magnum V6 model to the lineup.The Durango’s wheelbase was lengthened 3 inches and raised just over 4 inches in 2004. The interior became more spacious as well. The V6 decreased to a 3.7-liter but produced 210 horsepower. That year, shoppers could also choose between a standard V8 or the new 5.7-liter HEMI V8, which could produce 335 horsepower.Dodge also added a number of technological advances to the Durango in 2004. The truck gained Bluetooth, automatic climate control and satellite radio.The HEMI engine evolved in 2006 when Dodge added variable displacement technology, which made the SUV more fuel efficient. In another effort to increase fuel efficiency, in 2009, Dodge offered a hybrid version of the truck. This option was only available that year, though, as sales were lackluster.Dodge did not produce the Durango in 2010, but the SUV was completely redesigned for its 2011 reintroduction. The new chassis was modeled after Jeep’s Grand Cherokee. The standard trim level came with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, which could produce 290 horsepower. The R/T model offered the HEMI engine, which was capable of reaching 360 horsepower.The last major change was in 2014 when all Durangos came with an 8-speed automatic transmission.The part numbers in stock are below:56040407AB, 56040407AC, 56040407AD, 56040407AE, 56040407AF,56040408AB, 56040408AC, 56040408AD, 56040408AE, 56040408AF

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