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The steering wheel is linked to electric motors through a set of three electronic control modules, which, according to the automaker, will eliminate steering flex and lash thereby offering direct output to the road.
Specific design refinements for all B-Series 3 models include a redesigned "dead-engine lower valve," single electronic control module, which is relocated for improved access and reliability, plus new ECM-enabled features.
Hazard: A defective capacitor in the electronic control module can overheat, posing a smoke and fire hazard.
Atex approved to EX II 3 G EExn IIC T4, zone II, the valve is fully controlled by a custom electronic control module preventing the solenoid from generating excessive surface temperature.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it had received eight complaints of engine fires around the antilock braking system's electronic control module.
lt;/p> <pre> Item NSN Generator (300-amp) 6115-01-458-0096 Regulator 2920-01-438-4767 Pigtail 5995-01-429-8209 </pre> <p>The newer M2A3/M3A3 Bradleys use a completely different 400-amp generator and also require an electronic control module.
They may also be required to carry out such functions as load testing a set of batteries or accessing an electronic control module (ECM) with a laptop computer.
Jointly designed by the foundry and customer, this sand-cast magnesium bracket supports the DC/DC converter and other electronic control modules, components and battery for a fuel cell automobile.