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Mazda 3 BK-BL series Automatic Transmission Control Module

The Mazda 3 BK/BL 2.0L - 2.3L - 2.5L are an extremely common vehicle on Australian roads, produced from 2004-2009 (BK) & 2009-2013 (BL).

Common faults include:

The transmission control modules have been presented to Injectronics with various conditions ranging from poor & erratic shifts, shift solenoid operation malfunction fault codes, and transmission in limp mode.

Part numbers include:

  • L34N189E1
  • L34N189E1A
  • L34N189E1B
  • L552189E1
  • L552189E1B
  • L552189E1C
  • L552189E1D
  • L552189E1F
  • L552189E1G
  • L552189E1J
  • LFAE189E1
  • LFAE189E1D
  • LFAE189E1E
  • LFAE189E1F
  • LFAE189E1G
  • LFAE189E1H
  • LFJS189E1
  • LFJS189E1A
  • LFJS189E1B
  • LFJS189E1C
  • LFBN189E1C
  • LFBN189E1D
  • L5G6189E1B
  • L5G6189E1D

Solution:

The Injectronics technicians have done extensive investigation into the reason’s & causes for these faults, and have now devised a reliable remanufacturing process to enable repair of the units, avoiding expensive new replacement units having to be purchased. Each unit can be tested on the Injectronics Virtual Automobile Tester stations, with all terminals being fully function tested under vibration and heat simulation.  Each test generates a function report of the unit.

Repair process:

The manufacturer of the transmission control module uses a silicone type resin after assembly to protect/seal the TCM from water/oil contamination. This material is extremely time-consuming to remove by hand when units require repairs to the electronic circuit board that is submerged within it. In order to reduce job turnaround time on repairs of these units, along with reducing the physical demands on technicians repairing them, the Injectronics R&D team have designed a purpose-built computer-controlled robot which removes the resin covering the PCB, allowing technicians to get quicker access to the PCB and carry out the required repairs. Once the Injectronics technicians have undertaken the required repairs to the PCB, the unit is again retested by the technician and after passing all testing requirements, units are then resealed again with a far more pliable protective resin and are then returned to the customer.  

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