Last week a customer from Holly Springs brought in his 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan’s TIPM in. His van was not getting fuel due to a bad relay in the Totally Integrated Power Module.
He saw our recent post about TIPM Repairs for Dodge Vehicles and pulled his unit out and brought it by for repair.
The repair on the Dodge Grand Caravan’s TIPM is as straightforward as it is on a Dodge Durango. He dropped the TIPM off and picked it up 2 days later, ready to roll. He installed it into his vehicle and it is up and running again.
This particular Caravan had 55,000 miles on it. Other than the TIPM failure it has been a great family vehicle for him.
This is what the top of a TIPM looks like:
If you have a Dodge Grand Caravan that will not start due to a bad fuel relay in the TIPM module please note that we repair these TIPM modules for customers nationwide. While most dealerships may quote you $1,300 to fix this, we offer it here at almost an 80% discount. It is really no different for us than repairing a laptop motherboard which we have been doing here for almost 14 years. Read all about our TIPM repairs here: TIPM Repair.