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Engine Computer Programmed Plug&play 2001 Dodge Dakota 56040229ab 2.5l 4cyl on

US $249.99

Rockville Centre, New York, United States

Rockville Centre, New York, United States
Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:CONTROL JTEC PLUS 56040229 P056040229 056040229 Brand:Dodge Manufacturer Part Number:PCM ECU ECM P056040229AB 056040229AB 229AB AB Other Part Number:2.5L 4CYL GASOLINE MANUAL AN 56040 229 UPC:Does not apply

Mugen Honda CR-Z Hybrid Video ahead of Goodwood

Mon, 13 Jun 2011

Mugen Honda CR-Z Hybrid playing on video We reported back in April that Honda had turned to Mugen to see if they could inject anything in to the CR-Z Hybrid that might make it even remotely appealing to a driver. The plan was to take the resulting Mugen Honda CR-Z to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, to see if the knowledgeable petrolheads that gravitate to the Goodwood Estate like moths to a Summer flame could find something to love in the Honda CR-Z, once it had had some Mugen fairy dust springled on it. We were a bit reluctant to expect anything much of the CR-Z even after Mugen had played, but we were pleasantly surprised to learn that the CR-Z would get a wider track, new suspension and brakes and a drop in weight thanks to some carbon fibre in the mix – most notably the carbon fibre bonnet.

Time Warp Volvo 340 To Sell At Auction

Wed, 26 Mar 2014

IF you’re not a fan of modern cars then a ‘time warp’ Volvo 340 that’s surfaced after years of inaction could be the car for you. On the bill at a forthcoming classic car sale at Anglia Car Auctions on Saturday April 5th, this 132 mile Volvo hasn’t even been run in and, according to the auction house, comes complete with that distinctive new car smell. The car was bought brand new from Lancaster Volvo and was barely used by the original owner.

Daniel Simon creates livery for HRT Formula 1 car

Tue, 22 Feb 2011

Visual artist and automotive futurist Daniel Simon has created a striking red and white livery for Hispania Racing's new Formula One car. Called the F111, the new racecar has been developed by the outfit's own engineering and design team, which is led by technical director Geoff Willis and chief designer Paul White. Simon's eye-catching work demonstrates the ambition of the team this season.