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QuietSteve
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11/02/2020
19:43:52

Subject: Time and Alarm Module
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I have a 2001 Dakota that the Time and Alarm
Module has failed in. Any ideals on where I can
find one?





QuietSteve
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11/02/2020
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RE: Time and Alarm Module
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I have a 2001 Dakota. The Time and Alarm Module
has stopped working. Any ideals on where to find
a replacement part?



jake
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11/04/2020
23:39:21

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I got a replacement from an 02 Durango with a 4.7 that was in the junkyard. I pulled it and brought it to the register and the guy didn't know what it was. He wanted $100, I told him I'd give him $5, we settled on $10. It worked great. Probably still will once I rebuild the cylinder heads.



jake
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6/17/2021
16:47:13

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Hey, I thought I'd update my last post. My CTM or Central Timer Module is still working now that I got the head gaskets replaced and the Dakota is running. It's located behind the driver's side kick panel and it's working great.

I blew a head gasket in 2017. I changed the gaskets on both cylinder heads and put it back together. Unfortunately it ran rough and then died and wouldn't start again. I discovered that I had failed to properly tighten the left cam sprocket (should be 90 ft/lbs). I bent valves. Took both heads to the machine shop (located next door to the brewery) and came and checked on his progress regularly. Once they were done, they sat in bags in my basement for a...long time. I got them back on and it fired right up! I was a little freaked out when I saw steam out the tailpipe, but I realized that there was some water in the brake booster (had to remove it to get the head to clear) and the vacuum was suckin' it into the intake. Probly shouldn't have left it in the bed of the truck that long. Got the wet vac out and sucked the water out and plugged it back in. She's running great! I can get in the back yard again and the kids think I'm cool.

I used the 6 part youtube video series as a guide to the head gasket repair. I probobly wouldn't have been able to do it without them.
Dodge 4.7 L Engine Cylinder Head Replacement by Howstuffinmycarworks



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