Choose below from New, Rebuilt, or Used TIPMs, or Repair Services for your 2002 Chrysler Town and Country TIPM. Some model year vehicles may have more than one version of TIPM. Verify that the numeric digits in the part number shown match your 2002 Chrysler Town and Country original TIPM. If unsure, call us with your VIN# ready.
Special Notes on this vehicle:
- In 2003 to 2007 Chrysler and Dodge minivans, the TIPM was actually referred to as an IPM (Integrated Power Module – without the “T” for “Totally” that Chrysler only added in later model years).
- Attached to IPMs is a pop-tart sized, metallic-cased, Front Control Module (FCM) which does signal processing for the IPM. IPMs and FCMs are sold separately. FCM part numbers are found on a sticker affixed to the hidden side of the FCM seen only after removing the FCM from the IPM.
- Failures occur more often with the IPM than the FCM. It wise to try replacing the IPM first.
- If you choose to purchase both from MAKS for expediency, you may return either to MAKS for a full refund on the unneeded part.