Mopar Performance Engine Computer Modules (ECM) are designed as direct replacements for production computers (except where noted). There is no doubt you will feel the horsepower and torque gains after installing a Mopar Performance ECM. More great news: drivability is not affected, and these computers install easily and quickly.
Does Mopar Performance P5249516 fit your vehicle?
1992-1993 DODGE DAKOTA
- CC: 5211
- Liter: 5.2
- SubModel: BASE
- CUI: 318
- EngineType: V8 ( 5.2 L / 318 )
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looking for mp computer for 1994 dodge dakota slt 5.2l magnum v8. wondering if this will work for me
Will it fit a jeep grand cherokee ZJ-93 5,2l V8
Does this fit the 1993 Dodge Ramcharger Fuel-Injected Magnum 5.2L?
I have a 1994 grand Cherokee with a 5.2 will this fit
Will this item for a 1994 dodge Dakota 5.2 w/manual transmission??
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