To ensure the best possible results for our customers, remap servicing should not and will not be performed on a vehicle which is faulty or in poor condition. Before arranging an appointment, customers will be asked to confirm that their car is at the appropriate level of health and maintenance to receive our services. Please bear in mind that — although Bolt Remaps is able to provide an optional diagnostic service at an additional cost — the scope of our service does not include the work of a mechanic. It is the responsibility of the client to ensure that the information provided to our team is accurate.
Bolt Remaps will consider a vehicle at the suitable level for remapping if it has been maintained through regular servicing using genuine parts and it has had its cambelt/water pump changed and its gearbox service oil changed. Having verbally confirmed with the customer that the car is able to receive remap servicing, an appointment time will be agreed upon.
During the appointment, A visual inspection of the vehicle, including under the bonnet, will then be performed by the Bolt Remaps team member. A full vehicle health check will be carried out using a professional diagnostic tool, The tool will also be used to evaluate and record the condition of the vehicle. These steps determine whether the vehicle is an appropriate subject for remap servicing.
If the customer’s vehicle does not pass this health check, Bolt Remaps retains the right to refuse service. Once the vehicle has successfully passed the health check, Bolt Remaps can proceed with the remapping service.
Once remapping has been completed, the customer will once again be asked to test drive their vehicle, to see if they are happy with the service. A second health check will be undertaken using the diagnostic tool, and the customer can request to receive copies of both reports either physically or virtually for their own records. At this point, the impact of the remapping service should be evident to the customer, and this is when they will be expected to pay the outstanding balance for the service.
Please note that the team at Bolt Remaps will not perform any physical upgrades or alterations to your vehicle. Our service is restricted to the software of your vehicle. Remapping consists of changing the paramounts of the engine control unit (ECU) – a computer in your car which controls your engine’s power. Following the remap procedure, any issues which arise are likely to be mechanical, as opposed to a problem with the remap itself.
We define remapping as a program modification within a vehicle’s electronic control unit (ECU). This involves altering the operating parameters within the code (or ‘map’) to enhance the vehicle’s performance and/or economy, which doesn’t require any change to the hardware of the vehicle.
Customers should be aware that a car which has been remapped will be forced to work harder than previously; therefore, any pre-existing vulnerabilities in the mechanics of the vehicle may be emphasised or highlighted after this service. Given that vehicle components are liable to fail regardless of a vehicle’s remapped status.
Bolt Remaps is unable to accept responsibility for any mechanical part failure following the application of our service. Should customers believe that a fault in their vehicle is a direct result of the remapping procedure, as opposed to a pre-existing or pending mechanical fault, then this claim must be presented within 30 days and certified with a quote from an independent, third-party specialist garage or main dealers for a full refund of the remap to be considered. Similarly, should the customer feel dissatisfied with the results of this service, they are able to request a refund within 30 days of the remapping procedure. However, in agreeing to this service, the customer acknowledges their understanding that the results of remapping vary depending on the make, model, and condition of their vehicle.
All vehicles brought for remapping or any services provided by Bolt Remaps will be regarded fit upon introduction and it isn’t the obligation of Bolt Remaps to demonstrate so. It is the duty of the client to guarantee that the vehicle is fully inspected in regard of adjusting and timing belt scheduling. Any unexpected damage that may happen during or after the procedure isn’t secured or ensured by Bolt Remaps. Bolt Remaps will inform the client with respect to any shortcomings that become obvious during or after the remapping procedure. We won’t acknowledge any liability following 30 days from the date the remapping procedure was completed. The establishment of any item including however not restricted to remapping might possibly void the vehicle’s factory warranty, and it is the duty of clients to check this with their vehicle producer.
It is the client’s duty to inform their insurers of any adjustments. However, once you have completed any adjustments to your vehicle and thereafter develops a fault then we won’t acknowledge liability and obligation for any of those parts previously, during or after any remapping procedure.
Please be aware that in the unlikely event if our remap is “detected”, this may nullify and invalidate your manufacturer’s warranty.
Please do not overlook since every vehicle is distinctive and manufacturers will, from time to time, put different ECUs into the same car and numerous vehicles have abnormal configurations or modifications which are only evident when reading the ECU.
Therefore, we strongly propose that you discuss the potential gains and remapping options available directly with our engineer. Bolt Remap’s tuning database is continuously being processed, updated and rectified. We are very confident that our unique data is amidst the most in-depth ECU remapping data currently available anywhere in the world. We try our utmost best to make sure the data is accurate and updated on a regular basis, keeping in mind this should strictly be used as a guideline.
Hence there is a possibility that the performance and economy gains available may exceed what is stated in the guideline, likewise the gains maybe less than what is actually the data suggests.