The gearbox controller is an extremely important component of the car, as it is responsible for safe driving and smooth gear changes. Like any electronic device, it can fail and cause a number of problems related to the operation of the gearbox. In this article, we outline the most common symptoms of gearbox controller failure and encourage you to buy a used original controller instead of a new replacement which can quickly fail.
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Are you curious about what the ABS pump controller is responsible for? It is responsible for controlling the car’s braking system to ensure that the system runs smoothly and efficiently. Failure of this component can cause serious braking problems so it is important to know the symptoms that indicate such a failure.
The engine controller, also known as the on-board computer or engine control module, is an important component of the engine management system in a car. Its main task is to control and adjust engine performance parameters, such as power, torque, fuel combustion and exhaust emissions. Damage to the engine control unit can have very different symptoms which can be confusing and difficult to diagnose. Below are some of the most common symptoms of engine controller damage.
An automatic transmission controller gives the driver new possibilities and significantly improves the performance of the vehicle. A transmission controller is a fully self-contained solution, which means that it takes full control of the operation of the gearbox. Such a component makes use of all on-board sensors, and controls up to 12 valves and auxiliary devices to maintain the best driving characteristics while raising the car’s performance to its maximum level.
ABS systems, which are now fitted in cars as a standard feature, shorten braking distances; the system works in pulses, applying the brakes repeatedly for a very short time. This allows the driver to manoeuvre while braking, to avoid an obstacle. In addition to the ABS system, the ESP is also used, which additionally controls the direction of travel, and can adjust braking in the individual wheels so that the car does not deviate from its track. The ABS system uses wheel speed sensors, a pump and hydraulic valves, as well as an ABS pump controller. This is an electronic device that monitors braking based on readings from the sensors.