Control Modules

About Control Module

As a result of the rapid advancement of technology, a significant number of vehicles are now equipped with electric technology. It has been demonstrated that the Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system is very effective, making it one of the high-tech systems whose function is to take the place of the carburetor.

The Electronic Control Unit, also known as the car ECU, is one of the EFI components that is extremely popular. Even though it plays a role that is considered to be quite significant in a vehicle, the electronic control unit (ECU) is still misunderstood by a significant number of drivers today. The Electronic Control Unit (ECU) is a component of a vehicle that serves as the primary electronic circuit in the vehicle. Injectors, electric fans, and variable valve timing (VVT) are some of the mechanical components that will be replaced by electronic actuators that will be controlled by the electronic control unit (ECU).

Types of Control Module

An engine control module (ECM) is a component that is specifically responsible for regulating the operation of an automobile engine. The procedure begins with the starting process, continues with the ignition of the spark plug, continues with the injection of fuel, and then moves on to the cooling procedure. A Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is a specialized module that can regulate the performance of the powertrain system in a vehicle, ensuring that power is transferred from the vehicle's engine to the wheels. However, this module is only available in select models of automobiles at this time.

The Body Control Module (BCM) is a specialized module that is responsible for regulating the electricity that runs through the body. This includes things like manual or automatic wipers, lights, and horns. In addition to that, this module may also be of assistance to the entertainment system that is located on the dashboard of the vehicle. Transmission Control Module (TCM) is a sort of module that is exclusive to automobiles with automatic transmissions. This module's purpose is crystal clear: to change the displacement and transmission moment based on engine speed.

The ABS Control Module is utilized to modify the braking system and keep wheels from skidding or locking up on slick conditions. This module also plays an essential part in other automobile safety systems. Only vehicles that already have an auto air conditioning system will have the HVAC Control Module installed. It enables automatic control of the cabin circulation system, which acts in response to the conditions both outside and inside the cabin. Lastly, in the airbag control module, the airbag system is a passive safety device, meaning that it is able to reduce the risk of injury to the occupants of the vehicle in the event of an accident that occurs within the vehicle's body. The creation of airbags is the responsibility of this particular module.

Control Module Features

  • High quality genuine replacement
  • High durability and reliability
  • Includes necessary hardware to ensure quality installation
  • Position: Rear, Front, Left and Right
  • Sale Price: 20% or more and 10% or more
  • Vehicle Type: For Cars, SUVs, Vans, Jeeps and Trucks

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