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Old 02-16-2013, 03:39 PM
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Originally Posted by kanga2311 View Post
I heard about this problem and figured since I had 65k miles, I'd just replace it without checking it first. Sure enough, when I took it out, it just about fell apart in my hands. I figured I'd rather spend 60 now rather than 2 or 3 hundred at a shop on the road.
Where did u get a module for $60?
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It might have been 65 or 70, it's been a while. But it was a Dorman on Amazon.
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Originally Posted by kanga2311 View Post
It might have been 65 or 70, it's been a while. But it was a Dorman on Amazon.
Are they a good brand? I don't want to buy something that's gonna fail or mess my fuel pump up.
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Mine did the same. If your truck dies or sputters after going through the under-spray...very good chance it's shot. Mine had a walnut sized hole in it exposing the circuit board. Amazingly after it dried out it still worked.
Yep and this was also the first time I've had the truck washed without my spare tire under there, so I don't think that helped any.
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mine went last week when i was an hour's drive from home. i called my mechanic and he told me in about 10 seconds what was wrong. he told me to unplug it and put 2 small 30 amp fuses in the plug in and i was good to go. he saved me a $150 tow call.
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Where did u get a module for $60?
Been having a little trouble starting lately so I decided to change this just in case. Checked around and the best price I found for the dorman part was $110.00. Then checked Amazon and got one ordered for only $56.60! Same part number so it should be fine. Here's the link...

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ordered mine from Rockauto.com for $56.79

Here is the part number

Dorman 590001

Dealer prices run from $100 to $174
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After reading this thread and searching to find others, I just ordered one myself from amazon for 56$ I figure it can only benefit my truck (2008 with 72000 miles) and hopefully help diagnose a slight miss fire I've noticed at low rpm when I'm under a load.
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I just passed 100,000 miles on my '05 last week and gonna be doing a good amount of preventative maintenance over these next few pay periods. Just picked one of these up as the first thing to start with. Thanks for the heads up.
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Just replaced mine on my 05. It was cracked a little and corroded really bad so I'm happy I did it. Got the dorman of amazon. Dorman makes a good product.
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