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Bcm 1996 voyager

I need to find a replacement for my BCM, I have an alarm and power locks. I live in BC any suggestions instead of the $1200 dodge wants?

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Have you tried your local wrecking/recycling/junk yard. they often have them at a fraction of the cost.


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