An electronic control unit (ECU) is a small device in a vehicle’s body that is responsible for controlling a specific function.
Please join for the ECM course offered by BHADRA ELECTRONICS which is in both online & offline Platform to learn about ECM testing & repairing.
The course duration is one month.
Yes, of course! For practical training You can come and attend Offline classes at Bhadra Electronics Office. There will be no extra charges applied for this!
Yeah! both soldering and de-soldering Process is included in the course.
Of course, BHADRA ELECTRONICS is a ISO Certified Institute, You will get the course completion certificate after the successful completion of the course.
We suggest you the best PG's / Lodges / Individual Rooms as per your comfort.
Yes, That is the 1st and fore-most thing which is included in the training.
Yes, we provide ECM boards for your well practice and learning.
Yes, this is also included in the course
All ECM products like IC's, Scanners, Tools are available with us but the cost is not included in the course fee you need to pay and buy.
ECM is the engine control module. This is sometimes also called an ECU, which is still true because ECU (engine control unit) is a larger category of electronic modules which includes other control systems (such as air conditioning, cruise control, airbags, anti-lock braking system). You can say that an ECM is an ECU but an ECU is not necessarily an ECM.
PCM is the powertrain control module. This is made up of the ECM plus the TCM and is a single more efficient module found in newer vehicles. Older vehicles have an ECM and a TCM.
The ECU is the brain of the fuel injection system and is absolutely necessary. If it is damaged, it may still run and drive depending on the severity of the damage, but if missing entirely, it absolutely will not run.
Without an ECU the car won’t run. Check “stand alone ECUs” like Megasquirt, Speeduino, and Rusefi. An ECU is the brain of the car. It controls, among other things, the fuel injection and spark.
No. Not a modern car with fuel injection. Even, if it were possible to not use a ECU, your car would not pass the emission testing at your annual car inspection.
Yes, you can. Of course, it depends on the failure. If the internal power supply fails, the fuel injectors won’t be commanded on, so no fuel will get to the engine.
It will start without the backup fuse. The backup fuse just keeps the ECU memory alive.
To make the engine run, you need it connected to a fuel supply. You also need electricity for the starter and spark plugs. But because the insides of a running car engine are spinning at hundreds or more RPM, the outside will attempt to do the same in the opposite direction.
It’s in the fuse box on the forward driver’s side portion of the engine bay, next to the battery.
April 4th 2019
ECM Repair & Training Workshop are open for Registration, New batch starts on
6th October 2022 and Next batch on 6th November 2022 Interested candidates please fill enquirer form and book your seat!!!