Your vehicle must have been serviced and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendation including relevant timing chain maintenance and that the vehicle is in roadworthy condition.
All engine remaps are tested to the highest standards and are reliable, however engine parts that are subject to wear may be prone to failure after tuning. Common failures are clutch, dpf, turbo, coil packs, egr valve and maf sensor. These are all serviceable items that would usually require replacement as part of good maintenance.
ECU TECH Australia does not accept liability for any mechanical part failure before, whilst and after performance tuning and we do not offer any type of warranty for your modified vehicle.
Carrying out a remap on any car without a thorough health check first is at your own risk.
No warranty is given or implied to any components on your vehicle before or after the mapping process apart from the ECU.
We expect that vehicles are in good working mechanical order without error codes stored in the ECU that will affect the results of the remap. If we find such problems we will advise that the problem is fixed before the remap.
It is your responsibility to know what state of tune your vehicle is in prior to your visit. If we find your vehicle has already had a remap you will be advised on what options you have.
We always try to first use the easiest, least obtrusive and least detectable method to tune your vehicle but in some instances we may have to remove and open your ECU.
We believe that drivability and reliability is as important as performance and therefore when you chose to tune with ECU TECH you can rest assured that your vehicle is in safe hands.