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In this video we go back to the basics and explain what exactly an ECU is and how it works. It's one of the most requested topics so we hope it'll shed some light on the subject and help you understand some of the more tech-heavy videos on our channel. Enjoy! Liked this video? Here are more like it: How NOT to blow your engine: 🤍 How to toast your ECU: 🤍 How to connect your smart phone to an Elite series ECU: 🤍 How to Crimp Like a Pro: 🤍 For more Haltech goodness check out our: Website: 🤍haltech.com Facebook: 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- WATCH NEXT: "SR20DET - Variable Cam Timing - Live TuninG" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Wiring diagram editable and still image: 🤍 Paint.net for editing the diagram: 🤍 This video is a detailed step by step guide on how to install a standalone ECU. It’s aimed at people with no previous experience doing a job like this and has the goal of demystifying the process. It covers everything including the design of the wiring diagram, tools and supplies, sensors, the wiring process itself as well as the install and physical location of the ECU and associated components. So, let’s get started Now before we start any work on wiring, what we need to do is create a wiring diagram. A wiring diagram is by far the most important part of the job and it will be something that you will be constantly referencing throughout the install. Now regardless of whether you use a flying lead harness or building the harness from scratch you will need some specialized tools. A really helpful tool is a set of wire stripping pliers. They enable you to quickly, neatly and consistently strip wires and this can really save time and effort because you will be stripping a minimum of 100 wires on any standalone install. The next thing you need are crimping pliers suitable for crimping small pins that go onto for thin gauge wires. You can not crimp ECU pins with something like this. The numbers on the pliers correspond to different wire gauges, but this isn’t set in stone and may vary depending on wire insulation thickness and quality. Once you crimp a few pins you will see that the quality of your crimping improves quickly. These are 20 dollar pliers I got from banggood and honestly they worked just fine for me. If you want something a bit better you can use these ones from Molex. Once you’re ready to start wiring it’s a good idea to lay and organize everything on a nice flat surface. It’s also really helpful to out print the wiring diagram for reference on a large format paper because you’lll be looking at this a lot. Now what you’ll essentially be doing during the wiring process is connecting the ECU connector to sensor, injector, coil and other connectors. Basically you’re joining connectors to other connectors. When it comes to connectors you should always first figure out what kind of a connector you’re working with before stripping and crimping anything. Some connectors are known as pull to seat. This means that you first pass the corresponding wire through the connector and only strip and crimp after this. The final step is pulling the wire back until the pin is seated into its slot. Other connectors maybe an opposite process, so you will strip and crimp the wire and then push it into the connector until it’s seated. So definitely check before crimping anything. When it comes to the direction of wiring you have two choices. You can start at the engine end or the ECU end. I decided to start at the engine end. This means that you basically wire up all the sensor connectors and then organize and group all the wires and finally find a suitable place through which you enter the cabin and then connect everything into the ECU connector. I also decided to install my expandable braided wire sleeves at this point although this is not recommended until you’re sure that everything is connected properly and works as it should. I decided to ignore this because the wire sleeving can easily be opened later up for repairs and changes and because I wanted to avoid the extra work of disconnecting everything and then sleeving and then reconnecting. I chose the cabin for the location of the ECU as it’s recommended to keep the ECU away from the temperature fluctuations and vibrations present inside the engine bay. Having the ECU in the cabin is also the most convenient location because you’ll be often hooking up with a USB cable to the ECU for tuning purposes. I bought a suitable sized aluminum plate which I drilled and taped and then painted black. I then simply bolted the ECU together with the relays and the fuse box to the plate. A special thank you to my patrons: Daniel Pepe Brian Alvarez Peter Della Flora Dave Westwood Joe C Zwoa Meda Beda Toma Marini Cole Philips #d4a #projectunderdog
How Engine Control Unit (ECU) Works - Full Explained ENGINE CONTROL UNIT is the brain of the engine that controls all the functioning of the engine. It serves several functions which includes regulating and maintaining the amount of fuel and air in the fuel injection part and helps in increasing horsepower of the engine. The main function of ECU or Engine Control Unit is the controlling of series of function of actuators on an internal combustion engine and ensuring the excellent engine performance. The Engine Control Unit is also called Power train control unit. Within the Engine Bay ECU takes the values from A multitude of sensors and then interpret that data by using multidimensional Performance maps And in this way adjust the engine actuators accordingly. This is also responsible for the best Engine performance. Engine Control Module or ECM is the same as Engine Control unit the difference is that if we named overall combined section of control unit in engine then we called it as Engine Control Module or ECM. ECU is the integral part of EFI or Electronic Fuel Injection(a type of fuel injection system commonly used among cars).Electronic Fuel Injection can be divided into sub-systems namely Air induction system , fuel delivery System and the electronic control system. And from here the function of the ECU starts. Functioning of ECU Controlling the air-fuel mixture :This is the one of the most Important function of ECU as it controls the fuel mixture used by the engine. It determines the amount of air-fuel mixture injecting into the engine. The program received the necessary data and computes it and gives the appropriate amount of mixture. It also decides whether it is the right time to deliver the air-fuel mixture in a proper ration or not. This process is also called injection duration. Controlling the ignition timing: ECU adjust the exact timing of the spark or the ignition timing to provide the better power and economy. ECU detects itself whether there is the problem in the compression stroke or not and works according and set the timing of ignition. This is mainly happened in the condition whenever there is unburned air-fuel mixture left and it is subjected to combination of heat and pressure .This results in detonation also known as Knocking or pinking . ECU detects the knocking and delayed the time of spark to prevent it. Controlling on Idle speed and variable valve timing: Most cars have also built in control system in their ECU for controlling idle speed. Idle speed is controlled through the programmable throttle stop. Apart from the controlling on idle speed ECU also controls the timing at which the valve open or close in the engine cycle. The best suitable and appropriate timing of opening and closing of valve helps in increasing the power and economy of the engine. ECU Also Increases the Torque and BHP .As it governs the fuel injection into the cylinder,it is programmed for the efficient performance of the engine at any environment whenever ECU encounters increase in load then it initiates a signal for more fuel injection & thus engines generates more BHP.
This video explain the need of ECU in the Vehicle. Also, the Basics of Internal components along with how ECU is working has been explained.
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d4a live: 🤍 Infinity 506: 🤍 In today's video we're talking about ECUs and comparing stock OEM ECUs vs aftermarket. We will see the pros and cons of both and we will see what can be achieved with reflashed oem ecus vs standalone ecus and which approach best suits which type of end-user. What is an ECU? Well ECU stands for ENGINE CONTROL UNIT and it's the key component of every electronically fuel injected vehicle. Sometimes you will also hear the terms ECM or PCM which stand for engine control module or power control module all of these mean the same thing. An ECU is basically a computer that receives inputs from various sensors on the engine which basically tell it how much air is coming into the engine and then based on these inputs the ECU will control the injectors to inject the correct amount of fuel and instruct the ignition coils to fire the spark plug at the correct time with the goal of extracting the maximum efficiency and/or power from the engine. This controlling of injection and ignition is done using what is known as maps. The most important of these are fuel maps and ignition maps. An OEM ECU is technically not designed to be tampered with. If evidence of tampering with it is found this will obviously void your warranty if you have one and tampering with the OEM ECU obviously risks engine damage. But tampering with anything engine related obviously carries a certain level of engine damage risk, however these risks of tampering with things have never successfully deterred humans from tampering with them...so we tamper. So how do we even tamper with an OEM ECU? Well, the first step towards this is actually reading what's inside the ECU. Manufacturers are not keen on giving anyone with a laptop easy access to what's inside the ECU, which is why the data in the maps and other features of an OEM ECUs isn't really straightforward to read. But people have encrypted anything and everything and OEM ECUs are no exception. Once the contents of the ECU are encrypted an interface that reads and displays them in a meaningful manner on a pc is created. There are countless different interfaces out there. A few examples are: HP tuners, hondata, ecutek, k-tag, versatuner, etc. Some are open source and free, others must be purchased. All of these interfaces or software packages cover different makes and models and many overlap with each other. Obviously popular vehicle platforms will be better off here and will always have access to more community, aftermarket and software support, whether it be paid or free. The final step will be acquiring a special USB cable which will connect your vehicle's OBD port to your laptop's USB port and then you will be able to see and modify the MAPS stored inside your ECU. So this sounds great right? What more could you ask for? What is the purpose of a standalone ECU if re-flashing already let's you modify your stock one? Well, reflashing, just like anything else has it's limits and depending on your vehicle platform, goal and desires these limitations may make a standalone a ECU much more sensible option. The reason behind this is that your stock ECU is designed for your specific engine. In contrast to this a standalone ECU is infinitely more flexible. For example the AEM infinity 506 that I'm holding in my hand can run any engine with up to 6 cylinders. It doesn't even care if the engine is two stroke or four stroke, the injectors can be either high impedance or low impedance, the engine can be turbocharged or naturally aspirated, the throttle can be dirve by wire or cable, it can control nitrous, compensate for flex fuel or the amount of ethanol in your fuel, it can control boost based on rpm, vehicle, speed, gear, ethanol content, it can even perform traction control and launch control, it can protect your engine based on coolant temperature, oil pressure, oil temperature, knock, intake air temperature, fuel pressure, air fuel ratios, it can even control stepper motors and log data for your. But there is a catch. A standalone ECU may be almost infinitely flexible...but as such it is also a blank canvas. When you read the data from your OEM ECU you will have a starting point, a setup that is known to work. A standalone will have no values in its maps unless you type something in. This lack of a starting point and large amount of features and settings my make a standalone ECU seem more intimidating than it really is. So to better see the pros and cons of both setups let's go through a bunch of typical user scenarios to see which setup shines where and which category of user do you see yourself fitting the best. A special thank you to my patrons: Daniel Daniel Morgan Pepe Brian Alvarez Jack H Dave Westwood Joe C Zwoa Meda Beda Toma Marini 00:00 What is an ECU 00:59 Map basics 02:12 Features 06:13 Just the tip 10:31 Getting hooked 12:15 Totally addicted 16:00 Racing #d4a #ecu #reflash #aem #standalone
ECU Tuning is any change you make to your ECU to optimize performance, drivability or performance! It can involve adjusting and modifying many values and settings, but the main focus is usually to optimize fuel delivery and ignition timing. The topic of ECU Tuning is vast with a massive learning curve. This video should get you started on that learning journey. Enjoy!
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No start of the vehicle and no direct communications to the engine management system – ECU fault right? Or could it be something else? Let’s ask Tim… 🤍
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#ECU #ECM #Bad_ECU Top 10 symptoms of a bad engine electronic control unit or control module The Engine Control Unit (ECU) is also called the Engine Control Module (ECM). This module processes information sent to it from engine sensors so it can regulate your engine’s performance by making adjustments to the air/fuel mixture, fuel usage, and combustion sparks. 1. Check Engine Light alert Usually, the check engine light will come on at the first sign of trouble. The easiest symptom to recognize is when the “Check Engine” warning light illuminates on the dashboard. In cases where the engine control unit detects issues with its electronic components, circuits, and or sensors, it will immediately cause the Check Engine warning light to illuminate. To figure out if the engine control unit is truly having problems, you need to search for the specific trouble codes on your vehicle’s computer. Therefore, whenever the engine check light pops on the dashboard, diagnose the vehicle to see if you have a failed ECM. If so, it may be caused by a bad ECU relay or ground. There are several engine control module failure causes. Search the meaning of the fault codes on your browser and fix or replace the culprit. If there is something wrong with the engine control unit, the Onboard Diagnostics II (OBD2) will show some of the code, and you need to address them properly. 2. Engine Misfires or Stalls Another symptom that may follow a warning light illumination is an engine that misfires or maybe even stalls. The ECU controls the order in which the spark plugs fire, for example, and if that order is compromised by a faulty engine control unit, you’ll end up with misfiring plugs. You may find your engine idling roughly, sputtering as it tries to pick up speed, or even stalling while you’re stopped and idling or while you’re in motion. 3. Bad Gas Mileage or poor fuel economy The ECU gathers data from the vehicle’s sensors and electronic components, and using this data, the ECU controls fuel injectors and decide the amount of fuel to be injected. When the engine control module fails, it might not know the right amount of gas to send to the combustion chamber. It may send a higher amount of fuel to the engine. This means you’ll have a compromised fuel mileage. It also means constant visits to the gas stations. 4. Poor Engine Performance a faulty ECU may cause the wrong amount of fuel to be delivered to the combustion chamber. When this happens, you are going to notice some performance issues. It may even shake and vibrate some, especially when trying to go up hills, when there’s a lot of extra weight in the car, or when you’re towing something. You may also experience a rough idle due to not having enough fuel for the conditions. 5. Car Won’t Start The worst symptom of a bad ECU is when your car does not start at all. It may be difficult to start at first but then, it will never start up again. This happens after the engine control unit has a complete failure and does not function at all. 6. Loss of Acceleration Loss of acceleration is another sign of a bad ECU, It’s always easy to notice if you have less acceleration in the car. On some cars, the vehicle’s ECU is directly connected with the transmission control module, this is basically because the ECU helps the TCM make proper adjustments for your car’s acceleration. 8. ECU Getting Overheated Car ECU gets some normal heat from the processors, transistors, or chips. But, if the ECU frequently gets overheated, This is not good for its normal operation. overheating can damage the ECU. an overheated ECU can’t control the vehicle properly and hence may bring some issues in performance. 9. Engine Lags or Surges Because the ECU controls your engine’s timing and fuel usage, you might notice engine performance issues such as lagging or surging if the module is going bad. For example, if your engine isn’t getting enough fuel because the faulty ECU has thrown off the air/fuel mixture, your vehicle will lag or stutter when you step on the accelerator. Too much fuel can make your engine surge and increase increased fuel consumption. The ECU can throw off your engine’s timing, as well leading to incomplete combustion or engine knocking. 10. Rough or irregular shifting This usually happens when there is a loss of power. But in this case, it happens when the ECU sends false information to the transmission control module. It also means the Transmission Control Module is not getting appropriate information it needs to shift the gears smoothly. Because of this, the transmission will find it difficult to shift the gears smoothly and at appropriate times.
Engine Control Module (ECU) Circuits Working Explanation This video explains the ECU circuit board and demonstrates the way of crank and cam signal simulation to run the ECU and perform the different testing. The engine ECU controls the injection of the fuel to the engine and the timing of the spark to ignite it. It determines the position of the rotation using a Crankshaft Position Sensor so that the injectors and ignition system are activated at precisely the correct time. It uses also number of sensor to read the status of the engine in order to run the engine at optimum performance. The input to the ECU includes the following sensors: Crank Position Sensor Cam Position Sensor Knock Sensor Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Manifold Absolute Pressure or MAP Sensor Mass Air Flow or MAF Sensor Oxygen/O2/Lambda Sensor Fuel Pressure Sensor Engine Speed Sensor Throttle Position Sensor
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The East Carolina University Athletic Bands and the Marching Pirates are proud to present the new look of The Sound of Pirate Nation. The new uniform of the Marching Pirates is a significant step forward for the program in terms of design and overall comfort for the student musicians. The uniform was conceived by Associate Director of Bands, Joe Busuito, and it was produced by Fred J. Miller Inc. The uniform design explores the many themes that represent ECU and the Pirates, incorporating the brand images tied to the program, as well as using a "purple haze" color scheme to amplify the ominous quality of pirate lore. It is unquestionably a contemporary treatment of tradition. The most significant updates to the uniform, however, were in ergonomics: wear-ability and comfort. The uniform is constructed of microfiber polyester, as opposed to wool as has been the industry for years. The moisture wicking and breathable quality of the uniform allows for better cooling and better movement despite a more form-fitted approach. Unlike a dry clean-only wool uniform, these uniform are machine washable, making it easy for students to care for the uniform without the inconvenience of pursuing an off-campus facility cleaning. The uniform is also modular and can be worn multiple ways. The upper portion of the uniform can be worn without its sleeves and attached performance undershirt, eliminating a layer and again allowing for better cooling. The center part of the uniform can also be omitted for a completely different look for the band.This "dress shirt" (i.e. undershirt) is also interchangeable, and a limitless number of design possibilities exist to better amplify a variety of visual themes. In all, the uniform ensures that the members can represent ECU professionally in all weather conditions (extreme heat or cold) while simultaneously reducing the health effects associated with those conditions. We are beyond excited about the new look and the possibilities it brings to our students and school. We are proud to represent East Carolina University as the performance face of the school and can't wait to share both the new look and sounds we're bringing to Dowdy-Ficklen in the fall of 2023. Go Pirates!!! Video production by Jarrett Ozimek (Director of Creative Media, ECU Football) Student participants: Layla Tokhli Eryn McGahhey Austin Marcum Matthew Thomas Emily Boyd Katie Sutherlad Sam Huxel Dylan Gregg Sydney Neri DJ Strickland Madison Gazlay Jeremiah Brown Kayleah Nieves Nevaeh Harris Bennett Nascimento Casey Harwick
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Just a little update, after having issues with the old set up I have finally bit the bullet and bought a Maxx Race ECU from Clarke at Ignition advantages Check out his website for all the toys... 🤍 The plan is to get this all in, wired running and mapped before a big event I have planned. I also want to take this oppotunity to ramake my dash board and simplify the gauges. Utilising a little screen to show all the vitals and get rid of all the extra wiring and sensors. 'Less is more' i keep telling myself. tag along for a full video showing whats involved with wiring up a Maxx and hopfully getting it up and running in time. *Check out the sweet FPE Merch* 🤍 Audio from… Triune Scores - Humanoids
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#ECU #ECM #PCM Check out this Video on Top 10 symptoms of a bad engine electronic control unit or control module 🤍 Top 10 causes of a bad ECU The E.C.U is also often referred to as the PCM which stands for powertrain control module or ECM for engine control module. 1. Electrical short circuits One of the main causes of ECU failure is a short circuit in the wiring or in components. These can cause the components involved to burn out. This short circuit is often caused by external influences, such as fault in the wiring harness of the car or a defective circuit. 2. Corrosion and moisture: Corrosion or damage due to moisture is one of the main reasons for ECM failure. The ECU has seals around it which are supposed to prevent moisture from entering inside. However, after a number of years, these seals tend to become worn out. If the seals become too worn, it will be easier for moisture to pass through them and enter the ECU. Moisture is a bad thing to have in an ECU because corrosion will form on its components. If the corrosion is not cleaned away quickly, it will cause these components to get damaged. 3. Bad Jump Starting If the vehicle has been jump started and the cables were connected improperly this can cause a spike in your ECM and cause it to short out. A bad jump can also blow out fuses that provide electricity to the E.C.U. Whenever a jump start is performed on your battery, you need to ensure that the jumper cables are attached properly. 4. Grounding issues: Another issue that can cause failure in the ECM is poor grounding. This can be the result of loose or corroded ground wires to the battery or the frame. 5. Dead battery Dead cells in batteries can cause failure in the ECM. Many times a battery is left in the car long after a cell has died. This affects the grounding in the battery. If any of the cells in your car battery are dead, then your ECU is going to fail soon afterward. Once all the cells are dead, the battery is considered dead and your entire vehicle won’t be able to function. 6. Overheating Another common cause of ECU failure is damage caused by temperature influences. When electronic component gets too hot, it stops working. The efficiency reduces. Overheating ECUs could lead to further problems, such as solder joint failure. If the ECU overheats, it will have poorer performance and a reduced overall lifespan. 7. Bad Starter Many vehicles have starters with their own sensors in them. One of these sensors is the override sensor which manages how many volts the E.C.U will receive. Replacing the starter with the wrong model starter is becoming a big problem leading to ECU failure on some models. If you only started having problems with your ECM after installing a starter then the starter is most likely the root of your problem. If the override sensor were to go bad, then the ECU would not receive the correct amount of voltage. Then it would malfunction and cause further problems in your vehicle. If you replace your starter motor with a new starter that is not compatible with your vehicle’s ECU that could cause ECU failure. Make sure any new starter that you purchase has the right sensors which can communicate with the ECU properly. 8. Vibration Another common cause of ECU failure is vibration. The sensitive electronics mounted on the circuit board of the ECU are often mounted in a solid housing, to protect the component. However, over the years, the vibrations that the part has to endure can still cause it to fail. This can cause the bond wires or connecting wires in the control unit to malfunction. 9. Electrical Overloads or extreme fluctuations All circuits have fluctuations and momentary high and low currents. These are known as electrical transients. An ECU module and all other electronic components should have adequate protection against these electrical transients. If they don’t, too much current passes through them, doing irreparable damage. 10. Welding and lightning: Arc welding on the frame can blow out the ECM as well as lightning strikes. This is not very common but it does happen from time to time. Disclaimer: The ABJ Garage is not affiliated with the businesses whose products are shown in this video. Any trademarks depicted are the property of their respective owners. Dear viewers, if you own the copyright to any material on the channel, and you are against placing it on the list, and if you do not want to see it in the compilation please write us in the comment section below or use the following email address: bichakum1987🤍yahoo.com DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing."
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ENGINE CONTROL UNIT is the brain of the engine that controls all the functioning of the engine. It serves several functions which includes regulating and maintaining the amount of fuel and air in the fuel injection part and helps in increasing horsepower of the engine. The main function of ECU or Engine Control Unit is the controlling of series of function of actuators on an internal combustion engine and ensuring the excellent engine performance. The Engine Control Unit is also called Power train control unit. Within the Engine Bay ECU takes the values from A multitude of sensors and then interpret that data by using multidimensional Performance maps And in this way adjust the engine actuators accordingly. This is also responsible for the best Engine performance. Engine Control Module or ECM is the same as Engine Control unit the difference is that if we named overall combined section of control unit in engine then we called it as Engine Control Module or ECM. ECU is the integral part of EFI or Electronic Fuel Injection(a type of fuel injection system commonly used among cars).Electronic Fuel Injection can be divided into sub-systems namely Air induction system , fuel delivery System and the electronic control system. And from here the function of the ECU starts. Functioning of ECU Controlling the air-fuel mixture :This is the one of the most Important function of ECU as it controls the fuel mixture used by the engine. It determines the amount of air-fuel mixture injecting into the engine. The program received the necessary data and computes it and gives the appropriate amount of mixture. It also decides whether it is the right time to deliver the air-fuel mixture in a proper ration or not. This process is also called injection duration. Controlling the ignition timing: ECU adjust the exact timing of the spark or the ignition timing to provide the better power and economy. ECU detects itself whether there is the problem in the compression stroke or not and works according and set the timing of ignition. This is mainly happened in the condition whenever there is unburned air-fuel mixture left and it is subjected to combination of heat and pressure .This results in detonation also known as Knocking or pinking . ECU detects the knocking and delayed the time of spark to prevent it. Controlling on Idle speed and variable valve timing: Most cars have also built in control system in their ECU for controlling idle speed. Idle speed is controlled through the programmable throttle stop. Apart from the controlling on idle speed ECU also controls the timing at which the valve open or close in the engine cycle. The best suitable and appropriate timing of opening and closing of valve helps in increasing the power and economy of the engine. ECU Also Increases the Torque and BHP .As it governs the fuel injection into the cylinder,it is programmed for the efficient performance of the engine at any environment whenever ECU encounters increase in load then it initiates a signal for more fuel injection & thus engines generates more BHP. #EngineControlUnit #ECU The wait is finally over. I am here with YouTube's very first Mechanical Engineering Channel in HINDI. In this channel i will upload videos related to mechanical engineering topics such as Automobile, Production, HMT, Thermodynamics, FM, CAD/CAM etc. So subscribe my channel and learn everyday Follow me on twitter: ⤵ 🤍 Add me on Facebook: ⤵ 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: ⤵ 🤍 Contact me: ⤵ mechanicaltechhindi🤍gmail.com
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There are 4 ways for you to diagnose if your ECU is causing problems in your car... 1. Try to do a visual inspection for any obvious signs of damage - You are going to perform a visual inspection. First, retrieve your computer and take the covers off and inspect the circuit board. If you see that it has water damage or a burnt electrical component, that means you have to replace the ECU. 2. Swap the ECU (In newer cars from 1995 forward programming is necessary) - If you don’t see anything wrong visually, try performing a swap. Swaps are easy to do on older cars where programming isn’t a factor, but with new, advanced cars only sometimes you can diagnose issues by doing a swap. For example, let’s assume you have problems communicating to the original ECU in your car and find another one with the exact same part number. Once you install the new ECU in your car and you regain communication, that’s a hint you have to replace the ECU. 3. Use a Scanner to read the fault codes from the ECU - You can always use a scanner because the scanner communicates with the ECU and sometimes the ECU can diagnose itself, showing that it’s damaged and that should hint that you must replace the ECU. Get this scanner: 🤍 4. Go by the Process of Elimination (Part 2) - If none of the above approaches give you the answer you’re looking for, you can always conduct a process of elimination. If you find that your ECU is damaged, you can order and Exchange right from our website, or send your unit in for Repair. 🤍 For more information, connect with us on social media or call us at (954) 652-1496 today! 🤍 🤍 🤍
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