ECU Motor control units
The engine control unit is an electronic control unit that manages the different aspects of the internal combustion of the car's engine.
This system also known as ECU by its acronym in English controls the amount of fuel burned in combustion, the levels of emission of gases and revolutions or the engine idle speed. This device has a microprocessor that is programmed according to the characteristics of the car. The sensors of the car will send the corresponding information on the operation of the car to the control unit and it will compare them with the levels it has programmed. With the data he receives, he finally sends new orders so that the operation and the different levels are adequate.