Find Products For Your Vehicle
(Depending on year,make, and model)
-Change top-speed & rev limiter
-Adjust automatic transmission  shift points & firmness
-Adjust cooling fan "on/off" temps
-Read, display, & clear DTCs
-Easy plug-and-go installation
-Adjust automatic transmission  shift firmness
-Fuel tuning "A" or "B"
-Regular/Premium Engine Tuning
-Change Top-Speed & Rev Limiter
-Remove 0-60 MPH ElectronicThrottle Restriction
-Recalibrate speedometer for  non-stock tire sizes and/or  rear gear ratios
Power Chips and Power Modules for 1981-1995 Chrysler, Dodge, Ford and GM Vehicles
-Cool Fan Switch
-Fuel Pressure Gauge
-Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
-Power Coil Kit, Caps & Rotors
A Vehicle Identification Number, commonly refereed to as a VIN is a unique serial number used by the automotive industry to identify a specific automobile. In most cases the VIN can be found on the dashboard by looking through the outside lower corner of the windshield on the driver’s side, driver’s side front door jamb, most insurance cards, and\or vehicle registration.
The VIN, which is 17 characters long, is also used to identify certain attributes regarding the vehicle, such as the vehicle’s model year, manufacturer, make, model, and engine.
To help ensure that the proper application is selected, it may be necessary to obtain the engine code from your vehicle’s VIN. The engine code can be found in the 8th position of the VIN counting from left to right. This code may be referenced in the engine drop down box of the product search function for the website. Manufacturers often have several engine variations for the same size engine. Therefore, the engine code from your VIN will make sure that the correct engine is selected for your search.