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ECU - Electric Control Unit or Engine Conrol Unit?

Administrator posted this 14 hours ago

ECU is an Electric Control Unit, but sometimes the acronym means Engine Control Unit. So the question is, what does ECU really mean and how does it influence on the car output?

Actually, ECU is a general term for any electronic unit which controls different vehicle's “branches”. For example, Airbag Control Unit, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, etc. One car can include 80 ECUs.

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Why is it important to carry out computer diagnostics of the car?

Administrator posted this 08 April 2019

Modern cars are high-tech and almost completely computerized. If the search for problems in old cars took time, special knowledge and numerous tools, today everything is a little easier. Thanks to computer diagnostics, the problem can be detected at the earliest stages, and moreover, it can be solved on the spot.

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inCarDoc Diagnostic trouble codes

Administrator posted this 08 November 2018

If you are faced with some problems in your car, which are associated with the engine and fuel system, they must be eliminated. To drive to the station every time is expensive and it takes time. But, fortunately, today you can determine, and then correct errors with the help of the mobile application inCar Doctor

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InCarDoc team have updated the application by 6.4.5 release

Administrator posted this 11 July 2018

We have made changes to comply fully with the requirements of the GDPR. We have fixed bugs, added French localization and improved application`s stability for both PRO and Free versions.

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Car Diagnostic Tools & Software

Administrator posted this 30 May 2018

Today technologies allow to perform a complex car diagnostics and its internal systems. Upgrading and improving vehicles is a small part of the overall technical situation and its improvement. Computer diagnostics allows you to inspect the performance of car and engine parameters.

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Interesting and useful statistics on InCarDoc official website

Administrator posted this 30 May 2018

Our team never stops working to improve InCarDoc Application as well as the devoted official portal. Here you can find «For Driver» field in the header of the website, where you can see Statistics. Besides average fuel efficiency of vehicles, there are some interesting statistical data.

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How to choose an OBD II adapter: Wi-Fi or Bluetooth

Administrator posted this 30 May 2018

All you need to check your vehicle and start enjoying all application opportunities is a smartphone and adapter. One of the most common question on our portal is about choosing OBD adapter, particularly which one device is suitable – Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

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Get to Know Some of InCarDoc Features

Administrator posted this 29 May 2018

InCarDoc is an amazing application for drivers worldwide and 5 000 000 downloads are proving it. Besides of reading and cleaning trouble-codes, InCarDoc has many additional useful features for better communication with your car by recording trip parameters, analyzing engine performance, fuel consumption optimization and many others.

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How to make a personal car diagnostic scan tool with your phone using the Bluetooth adapter ELM 327 and InCarDoc application?

Administrator posted this 29 May 2018

InCarDoc is a universal, diagnostic application that is very useful driver assistant. With our app, you have the opportunity to get to know better your car inside. A huge number of car problems can be determined through self-diagnostics

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What cars are supported

inCarDoc posted this 24 May 2018

App InCarDoc, primarily designed to work with cars designed to support for data reading protocols compiant with OBD-II standard specifications. As an extra feature, app might support some internal protocols specific to some car makes/bands.

Below we will look at how you can check your car compliance with OBD-II standard requirements and protocols and what could be done with non OBD-II models.

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