Dodge Neon ECMs, PCMs, and TCMs for Sale

These Modules are Plug-and-Play:
Just Put it in and Drive, no need to visit the dealer!
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COMPUTER YOU NEED:
1996
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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1997
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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1998
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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1999
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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2000
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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2001
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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2002
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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2003
Price:$259.00
Sale: $199.00
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We have designed our quality Plug-and-Play module to be easy and fast to install in your vehicle. You don't even have to visit a dealer to get it working! All you do is plug it in and drive. It's that simple!

All parts come pre-programmed so they match your original mileage and vehicle identification number. The most recent software updates from Dodge will already be installed as well, so there is no need to perform any additional programming.

How does our system work?

1. We receive your order and payment information.
2. Your order is shipped, accompanied by a pre-paid return label.
3. You send back your old computer.
4. We start your warranty as soon as we receive your old computer.

Learn More About Dodge's History

Dodge is an automobile brand that has a very rich and interesting history behind it. You can see for yourself just by checking out their Wikipedia page. There, you can find how the company was started by the Dodge brothers and what lead to it being acquired by Daimler-Chrysler. You will also get a better look at some of the vehicles they've produced over the years, including some unusual ones such as military vehicles and concept cars that never actually made it into production.

Did You Know How the Dodge Symbol Was Created?

Today's Dodge trucks all have the ram symbol on them. It was used on all of their cars and trucks between 1934 and 1954, before being put to use for the Dodge Ram line of trucks that we see on the roads today.

The symbol was invented by Avard T. Fairbanks, who was tasked with creating a symbol that would fit in well with the automobile brand's image of durability and power. He considered using various animals and mythological creatures before selecting the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Fairbanks was sure that this design would be well received by Mr. Chrysler and he was actually right. This animal, widely known as the king of the mountain trail, was chosen to represent the Dodge brand and is now used on their line of rugged trucks.