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Bringing Your Dead Auto Control Modules Back to Life!
USA Specialists in BMW Auto Control Modules
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We will have an ASE Certified Technician inspect your control module at no cost to figure out if repair or replacement with a remanufactured module is most cost effective for you. Programming of the remanufactured module is free of charge, and module repairs start as low as $50.00.
Repair or replacement?
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We can program most remanufactured modules with dealer calibrations so that they ship plug-and-play ready. We can also disable security software and build customized applications, Most cores are available immediately and come with warranty. Contact us for a support ticket and we'll quickly step you through the simple process.
We can solve the toughest problems!
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We service all makes and models of Electronic Control Module (ECM), Body Control Module (BCM), Power-Trane Control Module (PCM), Lighting Control Module (TCM), Anti-Lock Brakes Control Module (ABS), Instrument Cluster Control Module (ICM), A/C Heater Climate Controls (EATC). Got a rare one? Just ask!
Engine Control Modules (ECM) & Powertrain Control Modules (PCM) – Remanufactured, New & Repairs
Free Diagnostic Service
We provide a free diagnostic service and find the least expensive way to fix your vehicle
Programmed for Plug & Play
We program your module so that it’s plug and play in most cases
Stronger than OEM Parts
All modules are repaired and updated with stronger than OEM original parts
BMW AG is a Germany-based company which currently produces automobiles and motorcycles, and produced aircraft engines until 1945.
The company was founded in 1916 and has its headquarters in Munich, Bavaria. BMW produces motor vehicles in Germany, Brazil, China, India, South Africa and the United States. In 2015, BMW was the world’s twelfth largest producer of motor vehicles, with 2,279,503 vehicles produced. The Quandt family are long-term shareholders of the company, with the remaining stocks owned by public float.
Automobiles are marketed under the brands BMW (with sub-brands BMW M for performance models and BMW i for plug-in electric cars), Mini and Rolls-Royce. Motorcycles are marketed under the brand BMW Motorrad.
The company has significant motorsport history, especially in touring cars, Formula 1, sports cars and the Isle of Man TT.
In 1992, BMW acquired a large stake in California-based industrial design studio DesignworksUSA, which they fully acquired in 1995. In 1994, BMW bought the British Rover Group (which at the time consisted of the Rover, Land Rover,Mini and MG brands as well as the rights to defunct brands including Austin and Morris), and owned it for six years. By 2000, Rover was incurring huge losses and BMW decided to sell the combine. The MG and Rover brands were sold to the Phoenix Consortium to form MG Rover, while Land Rover was taken over by Ford. BMW, meanwhile, retained the rights to build the new Mini, which was launched in 2001.
Chief designer Chris Bangle announced his departure from BMW in February 2009, after serving on the design team for nearly seventeen years. He was replaced by Adrian van Hooydonk, Bangle’s former right-hand man. Bangle was known for his radical designs such as the 2002 7 Series and the 2002 Z4. In July 2007, the production rights for Husqvarna Motorcycles was purchased by BMW for a reported 93 million euros. BMW Motorrad plans to continue operating Husqvarna Motorcycles as a separate enterprise. All development, sales and production activities, as well as the current workforce, have remained in place at its present location at Varese.
In June 2012, BMW was listed as the #1 most reputable company in the world by Forbes.com. Rankings are based upon aspects such as “people’s willingness to buy, recommend, work for, and invest in a company is driven 60% by their perceptions of the company and only 40% by their perceptions of their products.”
(Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW)