Thanks for recommending ECU Testing for an ABS pump repair on my Jaguar XKR.

Thank you for your recent pointer to ECU Testing (www.ecutesting.com) to fix my Jaguar XKR ABS pump circuit. My total outlay for the repair, carriage and VAT was £196, plus carriage costs and refitting, making a total of £332 against a Jaguar dealer quote of £1471, with no immediate availability of a new unit but “maybe” in a month’s time. My overall saving was £1139 and the car is back in action. ECU Testing gave a superb service with email and text updates from receipt of the unit to dispatch to the dealer. The turn around was four working days from receipt to dispatch. Full marks also to Harwoods Jaguar at Hove, for a helpful and efficient job in testing, removing the unit and subsequent re-fitting and re- testing.

Asked on 21 December 2013 by RM, Hassocks

Answered by Honest John
Many thanks. That's two significant accolades in a week. Another reader saved a couple of grand for the same job on a BMW. Pleased to have helped. And very pleased you're so pleased.
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