Auto Module Source Review

My Dodge Ram 1500 truck was not charging the battery. I bought a new battery, new alternator, and new battery temperature sensor. NO LUCK ! | Since the voltage regulator for the alternator IS within the PCM engine control module I had no choice. I ordered a rebuilt one from Auto Module Source. The first they prepared (since it must be "flashed" to our particular vehicle specs) they said "DID NOT test well", so they DID NOT send it. I installed the module I received. It worked for two days and died. I called Auto Module Source, and was told they would send a REPLACEMENT immediately, which they did. When that replacement arrived, I went out to move the truck to the garage to replace the original. When I started the truck the original came back from the dead. It was charging the battery PERFECTLY. Now I have the REPLACEMENT they sent also. I called Auto Module Source back to get instructions AND I asked if I may keep this replacement BEFORE sending it back to be certain the original WAS in fact alright. NO argument with them WHATSOEVER. My truck is running better now then it has in years. | Auto Module Source went FAR above and beyond to help me get my truck back on the road. I SAY A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL THE FOLKS AT AUTO MODULE SOURCE for helping me SO much. | * I ask you, what more could they have done for me ? | Don C.


Name: Auto Module Source

Country: United States

State: Florida

City: Terrace

Address: 4690 SW 83rd

Phone: 888.672.4816


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