OMC Cobra Volvo Penta 5.0L | ECM Repair

Original price was: $649.00.Current price is: $549.00.

OMC Cobra Volvo Penta 5.0L | ECM Repair. Your ECM will be returned fully reconditioned, tested, and ready to be installed back to the same vehicle it came off, saving you the time & expense of having a new ECM programmed to your vehicle.


OMC Cobra Volvo Penta 5.0L | ECM Repair. Your ECM will be returned fully reconditioned, tested, and ready to be installed back to the same vehicle it came off, saving you time.

OMC Cobra Volvo Penta 5.0L | ECM Repair

Part number: F3FF-12A650-BA, 50FA, F4FF-12A650-FB, E320

We first diagnose the unit; if it’s not repairable or no problems are found, the cost is $200.

In this case, we will process a partial refund for the difference.


 1-year warranty. 

This marine electronic control unit is designed for use with OMC Cobra, Volvo Penta, and PCM engines. It is compatible with the Ford 5.0 inboard V8 and has a part number of F0FA F4ff-12a650-BA.

Maintenance and troubleshooting

The ECM (Engine Control Module) for your Volvo Penta OMC 5.0L COBRA engine requires a bit of technical knowledge. Here are some guidelines to help you with ECM maintenance and troubleshooting:

1. Regular Maintenance:

  1. Ensure that the ECM is kept clean and free from debris or moisture.
  2. Check the electrical connections leading to the ECM regularly and ensure they are secure.
  3. Inspect the ECM wiring harness for any signs of damage or wear and replace if necessary.
  4. Follow the recommended maintenance schedule provided by Volvo Penta for ECM-related tasks.

2. Troubleshooting:

  1. If you suspect an issue with the ECM, start by checking the battery voltage. Low voltage can cause erratic ECM behavior. Ensure the battery is fully charged and has a healthy voltage level.
  2. If you encounter error codes or warning lights on the instrument panel, consult the engine’s user manual to identify the specific code or issue. Volvo Penta provides a list of error codes and their corresponding descriptions.
  3. Inspect the ECM fuse(s) to make sure they are intact. Replace any blown fuses.
  4. Corroded or loose electrical connections can cause ECM problems. Check all ECM-related connectors and terminals for corrosion, tightness, and cleanliness. Clean or replace as needed.
  5. It is crucial to have access to diagnostic tools specifically designed for Volvo Penta engines. These tools enable you to read and interpret ECM data, perform diagnostics, and clear any stored error codes.
  6. If you are unable to identify or resolve the issue through basic troubleshooting, it is advisable to seek professional help from a qualified Volvo Penta technician or marine mechanic. They have the expertise and specialized equipment to diagnose and repair ECM-related problems.

All you need to do is ship your unit to us, and we will diagnose the faults and send the fixed unit back to you free of shipping cost.

Why trust us

Our engineering team has over 15 years of experience and more than 10K repaired, ECMs, and the latest simulation technology. we are always happy to assist you with any technical assistance we can. Feel free to contact us to discuss the faults you are experiencing before sending in your parts.

ECM Engineering USA / ECM Repair USA

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Additional information

Weight160 oz
Dimensions11 × 14 × 17 in

width x height x depth