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12.11.2021

Replace or Repair?

Modern vehicles commonly feature a slew of complex, electronic modules controlling the driveline, braking/stability systems, security systems, climate control – heck there’s even controllers working the wipers (auto rain detect)...

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Replace or Repair?

Modern vehicles commonly feature a slew of complex, electronic modules controlling the driveline, braking/stability systems, security systems, climate control – heck there’s even controllers working the wipers (auto rain detect) and automatic headlight levelling. As we all know, these control modules are prone to failure – with correct diagnosis and rectification anything but straightforward.

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OEM Vs Remanufactured Hybrid battery

Just as the engine, gearbox and diff in a traditional vehicle all have a finite service life, so too does the battery pack in a hybrid vehicle – eventually they all require replacement. When that time comes, there’s essentially two options: New (OEM) or offsite repair - if you can find a service provider near you.

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Ford Territory SZ 2011-2017 - 2.7L Diesel ECM fault

The popular Ford Territory SX series was the first SUV to win Wheels car of the year in 2004. This was available with two engine options being Barra 6 cylinder and Barra Turbo. The later updated SZ series Territory was released in April 2011 and also came in a Ford/PSA-developed 2.

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The Volvo L120F front loader ECM

The Volvo L120F wheel loader is a flexible all-rounder. It is utilized for heavy and precision-demanding applications in gravel pits, timber yards, harbours, goods terminals, and various industrial settings. It is controlled by an Electronic Control Module (ECM).   The same ECM is also used to control many other trucks and heavy machineries such as Loaders and Excavators.

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Volvo XC90 CEM fault

The Volvo XC90 P2 platform is one of the more popular SUVs found in Australia due to its reliability and safety features. These systems include Roll Over Stability, Dynamic Stability Control, and Side Impact Protection System, to name a few.

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Wet feet in your Porsche?

Are you getting wet feet in your Porsche?Wet Floors are a common occurrence in the Porsche 911 996 (1998 – 2004) and Porsche Boxster 987 (2005-2009), due to water entering the cabin. Yes accidents can happen, from an open window or convertible top left open during a rainstorm or most commonly from clogged roof drains.

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Driving road safety with ABS service program

Injectronics are well known for their service of electronic and mechatronic automotive components, testing and repairing an extensive variety of control modules and related components for passenger and commercial vehicles. One of the its latest endeavours is the often overlooked servicing and upkeep of anti-lock braking systems (ABS).

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Mercedes-Benz CVT Module

The transmission control module for continuously variable transmission fitted to the W245 Mercedes-Benz B-Class (2005-12) and W219 CLS-Class (2005-12) is incorporated within the transmission itself, and over time can develop a fault that affects speed and other sensors imperative to smooth operation.

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