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xemodex v70 199 2003 ETM Repair Return Service

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Old Nov 3rd, 2016, 17:44   #1
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I expect the moderators will put this in the correct place but I wanted to tell you that I have just purchased the Xemodex.com v70 ETM repair and return service, where they rebuild it and make it contactless thus giving a definitive fix. http://xemodex.com/us/product/electr...6001821-10-20/

I paid on the Friday and the labels were emailed immediately.
Taking the MAF and ETM off was easy, two bolts on the MAF and four on the ETM. I packaged the ETM and dropped it at a FedEx drop off in Brighton at midday Monday. Tuesday it was in Ontario, Wednesday it was finished and being shipped, Thursday afternoon it is back in the car, imaculately shiny and clean along with a new MAF and the vehicle is running superbly. Because it is your own ETM there are no software issues putting it back in the vehicle.

If anyone had any doubts about xemedox then don't, highly skilled and reliable. Here is the lovely renovated ETM back in my V70: webeg.co.uk/VID_20161103_150645.mp4
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Old Apr 13th, 2017, 03:43   #2
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Cheers Graphicz :-) .
Having looked at the links you posted, I am inclined to simply rid myself of the problem I am having with my own ETM, and just end it off to Xemodex. The fact hat there are no software updates to do afterwards, and that the module is guaranteed for life once done, are huge incentives for myself.
Thank you once again for such a useful post. I think the whole thing ought to be sorted out by Volvo, as the part is clearly not fit for use.
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