What we offer at Automotive Component Solutions

At Automotive Component Solutions (ACS), we specialise in the test and repair of BMW electronic control units (ECUs) using custom built test rigs which emulate real life vehicle conditions.

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What we offer at Automotive Component Solutions

Post by ACS » Mon Aug 26, 2019 3:31 pm

Hi,

At Automotive Component Solutions (ACS), we specialise in the test and repair of BMW ECUs and we aim to help people by offering a lower cost alternative to a new replacement unit from a main dealer. Aside from the lower price compared to a replacement unit, having your original unit repaired usually removes the need for any coding to be carried out once refitted. Building from a background in hardware and software development, we have been able to create custom test rigs which allow testing of real life vehicle conditions on BMW ECUs.

Our process simply involves removing the ECU to be tested/repaired from the vehicle and sending it to us. Once we have your unit, we will update you with our findings before carrying out any repair work. After the repair has been carried out, we send the unit back ready to be refitted to the vehicle. To send a unit in, complete the booking form on our website: https://autocompsolutions.co.uk

Some of the ECUs we are able to test and repair include:

CAS3
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Commonly faulty for none start situations. Fault codes such as A0C1 (CAS output terminal 50) and A0AA (control unit signal faulty) may be present when read with diagnostics.

FRM3
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Commonly faulty for complete lack of front wipers, indicators, front power windows and exterior light operation. Usually when the unit fails, no communications are possible. In some cases, these faults can also be intermittent.

MK100 ABS
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Commonly faulty for brake binding issues. Brake callipers can remained locked on after releasing the brake pedal. This fault can sometimes be isolated to one calliper but can affect all four.

We are currently offering a 10% discount to all forum members who use our service. Simply include babybmw followed by your forum member name in the fault symptoms box when booking your unit in.

Have a BMW ECU which you would like testing but we don't currently list it on our website? We may still be able to help test/repair the unit. Simply contact us at info@autocompsolutions.co.uk for more information. We look forward to helping you will all your BMW ECU needs.

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