This product is for ECU Remapping to delete the Adblue system from the ECU software.
Useful for when your car develops an Adblue fault and gives you the " Limited Engine Start " warning commonly found on Mercedes Benz, BMW and others.
If you have this issue please contact us and we can advise if your vehicle is compatible for Adblue deletion.
( many cars can be done but sadly not all, although the range is expanding all the time )
As with our other remaps you can add an extra option at the same time.
How To Buy
ECU remapping options please add the appropriate option to your basket
and remember to include your vehicle details in the comments section
during the checkout process. ( Vehicle Make, Model, Year, Engine Size,
Engine Power and Fuel type)
We charge our base price for a single remap operation - such as Power Remap
Any further options added are charged as a single supplement to the base price - these can include DPF software, EGR delete etc.
Common Remap actions include
- Power Remap
- Economy Remap
- DPF Software Removal
- EGR Delete
- Speed Limiter Delete
Our professional ECU remapping services are divided into the following categories,
1 - OBD Socket compatible vehicles
This covers most vehicles from year 2000 to present day that are remapped using the OBD Socket.
Time for completion is typically 1 to 2 hours.
This can be requested as a mobile service along with the suitable mobile service supplement.
2 - Tricore and KTag compatible vehicles ( ECU removed from vehicle and programmed on the bench )
This covers the later vehicles typically from 2008 that are fitted with the Tricore protected ECU.
Time for completion is typically 3 to 4 hours
Example vehicles include Mercedes, AUDI, BMW, VW often from year 2008 onwards.
Due to the programming process this option has to be completed at our workshops.
3 - DPF Software Removal
you prefer you can arrange for your own garage to remove the actual DPF
filter and this software removal service adjusts the ECU to allow the
filter to be removed.
Time for completion is typically 1 to 2 hours