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post #1 of 38 Old 06-13-2014, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know where I can find a TIPM for a 2006 regular cab? Other than the dealership? I've tried several places with no luck. Any help in the right direction is appreciated. The truck has been down for 2 weeks, and I would be more in a bind if I hadn't been traveling so much for work since then.Thanks!!
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Anyone at all? I could really use some help or advice on this one.
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You might try moparpartsoverstock.com. They have new OEM parts at discounted prices. I think this is the same as used across all the 06-?? year trucks.

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Does anyone know where I can find a TIPM for a 2006 regular cab? Other than the dealership? I've tried several places with no luck. Any help in the right direction is appreciated. The truck has been down for 2 weeks, and I would be more in a bind if I hadn't been traveling so much for work since then.Thanks!!
It may sound stupid but what is a TIPM? I gave up on acronyms when I got out of the service.
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If it's the computer for the engine I might also need one
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That is the other controller that is part of your fuse box and is located under all of the fuses. When you have a headlight go out and there is no power to it and it acts like a fuse is blown? It's not a fuse because there are no fuses for the headlights, it's a $900 TIPM!

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There are companies out there that rebuild them for about half the costs of a new one if you don't mind your truck being down for a week or two. One of my employees had problems with his on his 2011 Ram. He kept having strange electrical issues that would change every couple of days. We removed all the plugs on the TIPM and added di-electric grease to all the connections. It didn't immediately go away but evenually all the electrical gremlins vanished and he hasn't had any problems since.

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Wonder if that could keep my AC from working?
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There are companies out there that rebuild them for about half the costs of a new one if you don't mind your truck being down for a week or two. One of my employees had problems with his on his 2011 Ram. He kept having strange electrical issues that would change every couple of days. We removed all the plugs on the TIPM and added di-electric grease to all the connections. It didn't immediately go away but evenually all the electrical gremlins vanished and he hasn't had any problems since.
Would you have any contact info on the repair places?
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