Engine control unit (ECU) or Digital motor electronics (DME) failure is a common problem on a 2006 BMW X3 3.0d. As with any electronic component, ECU failure occurs due to parts reaching the end of their life span, voltage spikes, water damage, etc.
Unfortunately, ECU units are extremely expensive to replace. ECU or DME units often cost between $1000-2000 if purchased from the original manufacturer. Fortunately for you, the ECU Pro offers a replacement ECU at a fraction of this cost. Our replacement ECUs have a longer warranty than the original manufacturer and we normally offer faster service than the original manufacturer.
ECU failure can be identified by visual inspection or by reading fault codes from the vehicle. To read fault codes you need a fault code reader. If you do not have a fault code reader any garage will be able to read the fault codes for you. Below are some common ECU failures for a 2006 BMW X3 3.0d. With a EDC16:
- No ECU function or communication with the ECU
- Water damaged DME / ECU
- Engine intermittently doesn’t start when the error occurs, there is no communication with the ECU and the temperature display is in the red range
- 46D1 control unit internal error that cannot be cleared
- 7749 Low injector voltage
- Error code for various actuators memorised and non-erasable
- 7760 Low injector voltage
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