From its humble beginnings in 2004 operating out of his parent’s tiny pump house, Gavin Curtis grew ModuleMaster into a leading-edge technology company specializing in the repair of automotive electronics. Today, ModuleMaster operates out of two state-of-the-art facilities in Moscow, Idaho, home of the University of Idaho. With 18 employees and still growing, ModuleMaster receives over 1,000 modules a month including ABS controllers, instrument clusters, climate control modules, trip computers, and the list keeps growing.
Today’s vehicles rely more and more on sophisticated embedded systems consisting of multiple computers networked together. These computers are enclosed in metal or plastic housings called “modules” located throughout the vehicle. If a module fails, a replacement can cost upwards of $1000.
At ModuleMaster, we share your frustration with today’s “disposable” technology. That’s why we’ve been rebuilding automotive modules since 2004, for a fraction of the cost of new replacements.
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