HOW WE DO IT

Our testing & rebuilding process for any Bosch Motronic ECU or DME starts with a deep visual evaluation of the circuit board and all the electronic components.

From water or acid corrosion, to fire or burn damage, we pay attention to every detail. We also scan the ECU memory or CPU to make sure that it is working properly.  


We then test the ECU's with our proprietary electronic lab equipment on our bench, which emulates the car's engine.
We have developed a specific tester for every European car brand we rebuild to ensure accuracy in every diagnosis.

 

We replace the components that are commonly known to fail, this step guarantees the reliability and quality of the repair for the lifetime of the unit. After the unit passes all bench tests, key components are re-soldered to ensure an optimum transfer of signals and required voltages.



Before the unit is put back in its cover, we paint the covers with high temperature resistant, specially formulated automotive paint, but this is optional.

    We also respect your time. Therefore, most units have a turnaround time of 5 days once we get it at our shop. We are so thorough and dedicated that we ship all ECU's with a 5-Year Warranty.
    Lastly, to be completely clear about our repair process, our technician writes an ECU Repair Summary which explans the entire diagnostics and repair process for each unit.
    Technical Phone Support is provided free of charge to our customers from 9:30am-4pm EST, Mon-Fri.  


     

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