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Mercedes Benz 7G Transmission Filling With Fluid, Checking Level – Part 4 of 4 | 7G ECU Electrics Plate

In this final step in our series on the 7G ECU electrics plate, we will fill the transmission with fluid and test drive the vehicle. Mercedes-Benz 722.9 transmissions, also known as the 7G tronic, have been in production from model year 2003 to present. This 7 forward speed transmission with 2 reverse gears has

By |2021-11-03T09:25:42-05:00November 3rd, 2021|Technical Info|0 Comments

Mercedes-Benz 7G Transmission Coding & Programming Valve Body – Part 3 of 4 | 7G Electrics Plate

In this article & video we will be Coding & Programming on the 7G transmission. See part 4 for the remainder of the procedure, filling the transmission with fluid. Mercedes-Benz 722.9 transmissions, also known as the 7G tronic, have been in production from model year 2003 to present. This 7 forward speed transmission with

By |2021-11-03T08:58:57-05:00November 3rd, 2021|Technical Info|0 Comments

Mercedes Benz 7G Electrics (conductor) Plate Replacing – Part 2 of 4 | 7G ECU Electrics Plate

In this article and video we will be replacing the electrics (conductor) plate on the 7G transmission. See how to remove it for rebuild or replacement. See parts 3 - 4 for the remainder of the procedure Reviewing the replacement part, you can see that only the ECU and connector will be

By |2021-11-03T07:12:13-05:00November 2nd, 2021|Technical Info|0 Comments

Mercedes-Benz 7G Transmission Removing Valve Body – Part 1 of 4 | 7G ECU Electrics Plate

In this article and video we will be removing the valve body on the 7G transmission. See how to remove it for rebuild, repair or replacement. See parts 2 - 4 for the remainder of the procedure. Mercedes-Benz 722.9 transmissions, also known as the 7G tronic, have been in production from model year 2003

By |2021-11-02T14:03:39-05:00November 2nd, 2021|Technical Info|0 Comments

Mercedes-Benz Diesel Approved Emission Modification

The search for clean Diesel began for Daimler in Model Year 2006 when Bluetec was introduced into Mercedes-Benz best selling sedan the E-Class. Bluetec was designed to scrub the exhaust of harmful NOX emissions created by the lean air fuel ratios of the new Mercedes-Benz diesel engines.

By |2021-05-11T09:24:28-05:00May 10th, 2021|Featured, Technical Info|0 Comments

Controlling Diesel Emissions

Controlling Diesel Emissions Beginning in the 1960s, exhaust emissions from gasoline-powered internal combustion engines were increasingly reduced by government mandate. To reduce “smog” in California cities, particularly Los Angeles, the California Air Resources Bureau (CARB) imposed regulations on cars to be sold in that state and slowly those regulations were tightened and also spread

By |2021-05-10T08:58:51-05:00May 10th, 2021|Technical Info|0 Comments

The Easiest Way to Program and Code BMW Control Modules

Ana shows you how to quickly and easily code or program a BMW control module. Programming is required when replacing a control module or for software related updates. Normally, BMW requires programming of every control module that has an available software update. iSCAN has the ability to selectively code and program control modules. You

By |2021-05-04T09:13:52-05:00May 4th, 2021|Featured, Technical Info, Videos|0 Comments

The Best Way to Replace a Fuel Injector on BMW N20 Engines

Ana shows you how to quickly remove, replace and code a new fuel injector on BMW models with an N20 engine. BMW N20 Engines utilize direct injection, where fuel sprays directly into the combustion chamber. This enables more precise fuel control within stricter emission standards. When diagnosing an engine misfire or rough running concern,

By |2021-04-21T14:56:19-05:00April 21st, 2021|Featured, Technical Info, Videos|0 Comments

Automotive Catalytic Converters – a Primer

Automobiles have come equipped with catalytic converters since the mid-1970s. If you’ve been working on cars old or modern, catalysts or “cats” are quite familiar. These devices, installed in the exhaust stream of internal combustion engines, are designed to convert harmful vehicle tailpipe emissions to safer substances. Depending on engine configuration, a manufacturer may

By |2020-12-30T09:17:54-06:00December 30th, 2020|Technical Info|0 Comments