An Electronic Control Unit or ECU is used by a car to ensure that the correct amount of fuel is added to the engine at the time of ignition. The climate, airbags and seat belt tensioners of a car can also be controlled using an ECU. The ECU is therefore very important in a car in several areas. Various sensors are used to provide the Electronic Control Unit with information. In modern cars, the Electronic Control Unit is responsible for controlling all computer controlled components.
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If the car’s Electronic Control Unit is defective, the car can no longer function properly. For example, the Electronic Control Unit that regulates the fuel supply of the car is important to ensure that the car is supplied with sufficient petrol, diesel or gas to be able to drive. If too little fuel enters the engine, there cannot be enough ignition to make the car move. A defective Electronic Control Unit can have various causes.