Common Symptoms and DTCs of a Damaged ECM | Module Experts

Common Symptoms and Diagnostic Trouble Codes of a Damaged Electronic Control Module

The key functions of the ECM are to regulate the timing of the ignition, the amount of fuel delivered to the engine and other components to meet the precise parameters that your vehicle’s engine requires to run smoothly. This is accomplished by the module constantly reading values obtained by various performance maps and using signals…

Signs of a Failing ECM - Module Experts

4 Signs of a Failing ECM

The Engine Control Module (ECM) is one of your vehicle’s most important electronic parts. Its proper function is vital to the smooth performance of your vehicle. As the vehicle’s primary computer, this component is responsible for effectively using the information obtained from the sensors located throughout the vehicle to calculate various engine functions to obtain maximum efficiency, performance and power. Identifying the most common signs of a failing ECM can prevent damage to other electronic components as well as engine malfunctions.

Why You Should Work with an ASE Certified Technician | Module Experts

Why You Should Work with an ASE Certified Master Technician

The control modules in your vehicle are the heart of many of its operations. When a repair is required, it makes sense to be particular in choosing who you work with. After all, the skills and knowledge required to effectively troubleshoot, diagnose and repair a complex electrical component such as an electronic control module (ECM) isn’t something that just anyone is capable of doing. So, how do you find experienced, high-quality technicians that you can trust to perform this critical service?

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Customer FAQ about Our ECM Services

When your vehicle won’t operate because of a damaged Electronic Control Module (ECM), it can unexpectedly cause disruptions in your day. Finding a reliable and trusted repair service is the first step. It’s important to also understand the processes taken to get your control module repaired. As a result, we’re answering some of our customers most frequently asked questions to serve as a helpful resource.

Common Ways an ECM can Become Damaged | Module Experts

Common Ways an Electronic Control Module (ECM) can Become Damaged

It’s more than obvious that today’s modern cars are a great deal more sophisticated than those from just a few decades ago. Did you know they can rely on between 5 and 80 Electronic Control Modules (ECM) to keep them running smoothly and efficiently? When one or more of these critical components becomes damaged, it adversely affects your vehicle. Depending on the components involved, this might diminish your vehicles performance to the point of not running at all.

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Life Span of an Electronic Control Module (ECM); Why the Life Span for Control Modules Varies

As technology continues to advance and move forward, so does the way our vehicles operate and run. It seems more and more parts rely on computers, sensors, and capacitors than ever before. The ECM or Electronic Control Module (Engine Control Module) and PCM or Powertrain Control Module are both examples of these technological advancements. There are many factors that affect their life span.

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ECM Options and Selecting Your Best Solution

ModuleExperts understands that every repair situation is unique, which is why they offer several options when it comes to providing solutions for malfunctioning ECMs. Selecting your best option depends on a number of different factors including the specific symptoms & Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) present, and the type of repair needed. ModuleExperts works with you every step of the way to determine the right solution that best meets your needs.

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Steps Taken to Diagnose and Repair a Damaged ECM

At ModuleEXPERTS, we understand that each module repair situation is unique. To meet the exact needs of our customers, every request we receive is evaluated by one of our highly skilled technicians who is able to gather information about the problems you are facing. Rather than performing a limited bench test, we opt for a more comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation Service (DES) to assess each module. While a bench test typically involves a set fee and may identify issues that are present within the ECM, a DES provides the team at ModuleEXPERTS with the opportunity to learn about your unit and discover all the issues. After this first step, we are then able to provide you with a recommended course of action — repair or replacement.

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A Breakdown of the Modules We Service

Underneath the hood of your car, there is a whole host of intricate and finely-calibrated modules that are designed to keep your vehicle in precise working order. An imbalance in any one of them could prove to be disastrous to the optimal functioning of your vehicle. Understanding what these modules do and how they work is key to keeping your automobile in top shape. Below are a few (of many) components that we service on a daily basis:

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How Technology is Changing the Auto Industry

Gone are the days when people only looked to their cars to get from Point A to Point B. Today, whether a trip means going to the grocery store, across town, or planning a cross-country excursion, people not only look to their vehicle to handle the road ahead but also to keep all passengers safe, comfortable, and even entertained. In the automobiles of a new millennium, such expanded consumer expectations are accomplished and satisfied by the use of modern science. As technology continues to advance and evolve, the automotive industry is finding ways to integrate and even depend on these technologies to deliver a competitive driving experience for the present day consumer. The automobile industry calls this technology Electronic Control Modules (ECMs), and control your car they do!