Mazda ECUs

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Mazda ECUs: we can remanufactered them

Mazda, founded by Jujiro Matsuda, made its definitive breakthrough in 1967 with the Cosmo Sport 110S, a car equipped with a highly innovative Wankel engine. Although the rest of the world ignored this technology, Mazda continued to develop the concept. And not without success: in 1991 Mazda won the historic 24 Hours of Le Mans with the Mazda 787B, a car that in one blow became legendary. The small 2.6 litre engine without turbo was capable of delivering no less than 930 hp. If you are a car enthusiast, you should look up some old footage of this model. The engine sound of this Group C car is guaranteed to give you goose bumps!

Meanwhile, even Mazda has (for the time being) abandoned the Wankel engine concept. The consumption of fuel and oil has always been high and unfortunately that no longer fits in this day and age. In the current models we see mainly four-cylinder engines, often controlled by well-known ECUs from Bosch and Siemens. Looking at the Mazda 2 and Mazda 3, we see the following ECU models:

Well known ECU's at Mazda:

The problems are quite diverse, ranging from a missing control to the injectors and ignition coils, to error codes like P0355 (Crankshaft Position Sensor 'A' Circuit Malfunction). Do you want to have one of these ECUs for Mazda rebuilt? Please select the correct type and model before sending in an ECU.