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Injectronics: 40 years of minimising downtime

Heavy-duty vehicles play a critical role in the Australian economy, transporting goods across the vast and diverse landscape of the country. From mining to agriculture and construction, heavy-duty vehicles are essential to keep businesses running smoothly. However, downtime due to vehicle break-downs can be costly to operators, resulting in delays, lost productivity, and lost revenue.

One company that has been instrumental in minimising downtime for heavy-duty vehicle operators in Australia is Injectronics. The company, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, specialises in repairing and remanufacturing electronic components for heavy-duty vehicles, as well as assisting in troubleshooting and diagnosis.

One of the common heavy duty products has seen often is the MAN 2003 truck Electronic Control Module.

The EDC7C32 engine management system is often paired with MAN diesel engines manufactured from the mid 2000s and were used in a variety of applications such as street-sweepers, excavators, heavy trucks, buses and even boats.

Where the engines differ in size, capacity and application, the EDC unit remains relatively similar, meaning faults that affect the humble street-sweeper can also occur in the mighty trucks and buses using the same system.

Some examples of common faults as seen by Injectronics are listed below:

  • Turbo actuator control fault
  • Injector misfires/no injection at all
  • Cutting out when hot
  • No communication with scan tool
  • Corrosion in connector plug/harness
  • Ingress of engine oil through the harness/connector

Replacement of these units can cost thousands of dollars and may still require programming and linking to your security system. Injectronics can effectively test, repair or even transfer the software coding to another unit should it be required, saving you time and money.

Injectronics has recently expanded its operations in Melbourne, doubling the original size, highlighting the demand for its services in the industry. Additionally, the company has also opened branches in Sydney, Perth and Auckland, making its services more accessible to heavy-duty vehicle operators across the region.

The company’s success can be attributed to its commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. They offer expedited repairs of electronic parts for the heavy duty industry, with a focus on minimising downtime for their clients. Their team of experienced technicians uses state-of-the-art equipment and technology as well as a dedicated service line to ensure that repairs are done promptly and accurately, ultimately, saving owners money due to lost time on the road.

The expansion of Injectronics is a testament to the critical role they play in keeping heavy-duty vehicles running and minimising downtime. Their services have helped countless operators in the industry to save time, money and resources by providing efficient and reliable repairs of electronic components.

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