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Paying via western union can be an interesting option when it comes to overseas payments, they do have lower transaction fees in comparison to Credit card.

To transfer the money you must go to: https://www.westernunion.com/web/send-money/start

Set the receiver's country to the Netherlands and set the correct amount to the invoice amount in EUR.
Select Bank Account for how the receiver wants the money and select the desired payment method.
To finalize the payment you must fill in the receivers information. Which can be found on the invoice.

Evinrude E-TEC EMMs do regularly fail and a replacement can get quite expensive and are often not on stock at BRP leaving you as boat owner with a difficult decision.

A path to consider is repairing your EMM yourself, however there are several challenges which can make the journey quite difficult.

The inside of a E-TEC EMM < 100HP

Complexity of EMMs:

At first glance repairing an EMM might seem easy, just remove the broken components and solder the new components back on the EMM. However, this is easier said than done, due to the complexity of an EMM. An EMM is vulcanized and therefore the circuit board is very hard to access. You could try to remove some of the potting and access the circuit board. But this often leads to unrepairable damage to the circuit board.

Removing the EMM from the housing would require very much care and luck to be sure you will not damage anything without the right tools.

When you manage to remove the EMM from the housing you will need to find the right components. However, due to Evinrude not producing anymore it is very hard to find the parts.

When researching how to repair your EMM you will most likely end up at this Youtube video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcEQe_L36OQ at Hardware Care we would however strongly discourage you to repair your EMM yourself.

We have years of experience repairing E-TEC EMMs and have the right tools and knowledge to repair the units. We often see that people who followed the tutorial above or who tried to repair the unit itself make the damage even worse resulting in a unrepairable EMM which will lead to even higher costs.

Therefor it might be good to consider an EMM repair by Hardware Care given the complexity of repairing the EMM yourself.

There also is no need to worry about sending your EMM overseas, we will make sure that the import goes smooth via our customs contract. Read more about that here.

Introduction

FAQ: Understanding Your Shipping Options

Sending your Engine Management Module (EMM) from the USA to the Netherlands for repair involves more than the repair; it's about ensuring the process is as smooth and efficient as possible. While there are multiple shipping options available, choosing the right logistics partner can significantly impact the speed, cost, and overall experience of your service. This guide aims to address common concerns and questions, highlighting why DHL Express stands out as the preferred choice for shipping your EMM to us for repairs.

What are the advantages of using DHL Express for shipping EMMs to the Netherlands?

DHL Express offers a seamless and expedited shipping experience for your EMM repairs. Unlike other carriers, DHL has its own customs hub in the Netherlands, streamlining the import process and significantly reducing waiting times. This direct handling ensures your EMM doesn't need to be transferred to another local carrier, like PostNL, avoiding delays and additional handling.  Moreover, since DHL Express is handled via our customs account there are none import fees being charged from the USA whereas sending with another provider often results in very high import costs.

Why might USPS, UPS, or FedEx not be the best choice for shipping my EMM to the Netherlands?

While USPS, UPS, and FedEx are reputable shipping services, they typically hand over packages to local carriers such as PostNL for the final delivery and import processing in the Netherlands. This handover can introduce delays and complicate the customs clearance process. Additionally, we've observed that shipments not handled by DHL Express can incur unexpectedly high import costs.

How can I calculate the cost of sending my EMM for repair, including shipping?

You can quickly calculate the repair and shipping costs by visiting our online calculator at https://hardwarecare.nl/calculate-emm-repair-costs. This tool provides you with an estimate, helping you make a decision on what to expect.

What makes your Hardware Care the right choice for me?

We have helped hundreds of customers across the globe and keep getting very positive feedback from our customers. We try to make our process as smooth and prevent any unnecessary hassle for our customers.

Conclusion

There is no need to worry when it comes to sending your EMM from the United States to the Netherlands. Using our DHL Express service we make the process as smooth as possible and prevent any unnecessary costs.

Still sceptical? Feel free to reach out to us!

When shipping outside of the European Union DHL does sometimes charge an amount for VAT, even though sending via DHL will safe lots of money on import costs we do sometimes see that DHL charges an amount. We see this happen for the United Kingdom, Norway and for Iceland.

For every country that is part of the European Union we are obligated to charge VAT, but we do not charge VAT to countries that are not in the EU (Just like the countries mentioned above). Instead those countries choose to charge import tax which is an equivalent for the VAT that we charge within the EU. So those costs are usually an replacement for VAT.

Still have questions on possible shipping costs, feel free to reach out.

Sometimes it is possible that you can use a EMM that has a different part number on your engine, understanding table gives an oversight on which EMMs can be used on which engine.

EMM Part NumberDescriptionFuel Injector Type
586484V6 DI OMC EMMPDS
586518V4 DI OMC EMMPDS
586707V6 (MY07)Voice Coil
586724V6 DI BRP EMMPDS
586726V4 DI BRP EMMPDS
586759I3 (MY07 - no water value or exhaust valve)Voice Coil
586862I2 (MY07 - 2 fuel circuits and water value)Voice Coil
586867V4 (MY08 - non-inductive)Voice Coil
586869I2 (MY09 and MY10 575 cc [now obsolete])BIPm
586968I2 (40 and 50 hp)BIP
586970I2 [55(mfe), 60 and 65 hp] and I3BIP
586982V6 (MY08 - non-inductive)BIP
586984V4 (MY08 - non-inductive)BIP
586992V4 (Inductive)BIP
587000V6 (MY09 - no knock [now obsolete])BIP
587048V6 (Inductive)BIP
587062I2 (575 cc)BIPm
587067V6 (3279 cc)BIP
587069V4BIP
587115V6 (3441 cc)BIP
587126I2 (575 cc)BIPm
587127I2 (40 and 50 hp)BIP
587128I2 [55(mfe) and 60 hp] and I3BIP
587129V4BIP
587130V4 and V6 (2592 cc and 3279 cc)BIP
587131V6 (3441 cc)BIP
587153V4BIP
587155V6BIP

HP

 

BLOCK

MY04 (SR)

MY05 (SO)

MY06 (SD)

MY07 (SU)

MY08 (SC)

MY09 (SE)

MY10 (IS)

MY11 (II)

MY12 (IN)

Mfg PN

Mfg PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

15

HO

I2

n/a

n/a

587062

587126

25

 

587062

586869

30

40

586759

586862

586862

586970

586968

586970

586968

586970

586968

586970

586968

587127

40

HO

n/a

50

 

586759

586862

586970

586968

586970

586968

586970

586968

586970

586968

55

MFE

n/a

n/a

586862

586970

587128

60

 

586862

65

Comm

n/a

n/a

75

 

 

I3

586759

587128

90

HP

 

BLOCK

MY04 (SR)

MY05 (SO)

MY06 (SD)

MY07 (SU)

MY08 (SC)

MY09 (SE)

MY10 (IS)

MY11 (II)

MY12 (IN)

Mfg PN

Mfg PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

Svc PN

Mfg PN

115

 

V4 60°

n/a

586707

586867

586982

586984

586982

586992

587048

586992

587067

587069

587130

587129

115

HO

n/a

587000

130

 

 

150

V6 60°

586707

586982

587048

587067

587130

150

HO

n/a

175

 

 

 

586707

586982

200

200

 

V6 90°

n/a

586707

n/a

200

HO

586707

586982

587048

587067

587130

225

 

225

HO

250

 

250

HO

n/a

587048

587000

587048

587115

587131

300

 

HP

 

BLOCK

MYE

Mfg PN

15

 

I2

587126

25

 

30

 

30

HO

40

 

587127

40

HO

50

 

55

MFE

587128

60

 

75

 

I3

90

 

HP

 

BLOCK

MYE

Mfg PN

115

 

V4 60°

587153

150

 

V6 60°

587155

150

HO

175

 

200

 

200

HO

V6 90°

225

 

225

HO

250

 

250

HO

300

 

1. Open Evdiagnostic and connect your engine.
2. Go to Diagnostics -> Testing.
3. Select all engine log items with the Check All button.
4. Set the interval type on manual and collection Interval (msecs) on the lowest possible.
5. Click on Save Log Settings.
6. Start the logging process by click Proceed With Logging.
7. Start your engine and try to replicate the problem.
8. Send us the generated file.

We have years of experience in repairing ECUs we have done hundreds of repairs and have many satisfied customers, you can read some of these reviews here.

We offer various payment methods for the full convenience of our customers, we offer PayPal which offers customer protection but also accept creditcard to allow extensive customer protection. Read more about our payment methods here.

We are always willing to help our customers to try and diagnose the issue with your engine with a strong narrative on diagnosing if the EMM needs to be repaired. If you are not sure whether your EMM is actually broken feel free to contact us.

Evinrude has a diagnostic software that can be used to read the engine and view errors that occurred, having the diagnostic software in combination with the diagnostic cable is very useful to diagnose issues with your engine and ECU

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