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Old 11-24-2013, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Intake heater control module

I have a 91 Dodge250, 3-speed auto.

The intake heater controller went goofy and needs replaced. Found that a new one or reman is $500 bucks. I don't really want to hookup a toggle switch to operate relays... Wondering if anyone knows somewhere to rebuild the modules?
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No sir. The controller that is mounted on the firewall is what I need.
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What's so bad about a pushbutton to operate them? You don't really need them until the engine temp is below 32 degrees. I could find alot of other things to do with the $495.00 that I saved.
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