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Will Cars Soon Need Their Own ECM?

Bill Schweber
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michaelmaloney
4/9/2019 4:29:21 AM
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Is it too much
I have also wondered when too much is really just too much? Sometimes consumers in today's highly digitized era expect too much from the various industries that they try their very best to meet every expectation and go overboard. A simple setup could become too complex that should a glitch occur, the developers have a hard time rectifying just that one bit of error.

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