The Engine Control Module (ECM) is a critical part of the monitoring system on your Audi. This interior mechanism watches the timing and gasoline mixture frequently and is constantly performing a “tune-up” to make sure of peak efficiency.
In the past, carbureted engines routinely needed their idle mixture and speed capacity tweaked. Often, the choke operation necessitated adjusting or the accelerator pump needed adjusting. Without an ECM, older automobiles require a “tune-up” every 15,000 miles. Modern engines, although, do not.
What’s replaced “tune-up” service, namely for foreign and luxury vehicles, is a maintenance plan.
A maintenance plan checks parts that can’t easily be monitored, such as spark plugs, air filters and belts. Our top priority, should you bring your car in for scheduled maintenance in Oceanside, will be to check the aforesaid parts for wear and tear and meet various other specifications as stipulated by your Audi service program.
In any case, presenting your questions to our staff prior to the service is critical. This way we can prevent needless labor and constantly satisfy or surpass your anticipations.