Active Scr / Urea / Def Tank Repair & Return For Bmw 3-Series

xemodex_guaranteeThis is a Repair and Return service of your existing Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tank. You have the option to send us the whole tank or just the insert. The insert contains the heater, level sensor and the temperature sensor all housed in one round cylinder. We don’t need the whole tank to perform or test this repair. We also don’t need the pump (White flat part that is mounted on top of the tank). Instructions on how to remove insert assembly from the tank can be found here. If you are uncomfortable with removing the insert assembly from the tank, it would be worth it to pay someone to separate it for you. You will save a lot of money on shipping and eliminate any chance of damage during transit.

Upon purchase of this service, we will e-mail you electronic shipping labels with shipping instructions.

*Please ensure that you drain the tank prior to shipping and pack the part very carefully with little to no movement and lots of packaging.

Second generation improvements:
•All new solid state heating element for longer service life.
•Improved heater housing design for more even heat distribution.

Repair kit includes:
•Brand new heating housing made out of high grade, low impurity aircraft aluminum. We chose this material because of its superior heat dissipation quality and its resistance to the urea fluid.
•Brand new solid state heating element. Unlike the by-metal version used in the original OEM design, solid state heaters are known for their long lasting life cycle.
•Brand new level sensor stack with military grade resistor pack.
•Brand new, epoxy sealed temperature sensor. This sensor is molded inside the level sensor stack.
•All the necessary shrink tubes.

The above parts are also available for sale as a repair kit, please click here for more information. Simple DIY repair kit replacement instructions can be found here. Fix the tank insert yourself and save time and money!

Please note: 3-Series SCR container has 2 tanks, called the active tank and the passive tank that are combined into one assembly. If you have level sensor codes stored for the passive tank, then you would have to send the complete container to us. The level sensors in the passive tank are repaired for an additional cost of $50 each.

Common failures:
• Heating element failure and subsequent code P209F “Reductant Tank Heater Control Circuit Performance”
• Temperature sensor failure and subsequent codes; 4D32, 46F4, 46F9, P205B, P205C “Active Tank Temperature Sensor Plausibility”.
• Level sensors failure and subsequent codes 4BAC, P203A “Reducing Agent Active Tank Fill Level Sensor Signal”.

xemodex_guaranteeYour DEF tank will be remanufactured in our ISO 9001:2008 certified facility by our qualified and trained technicians using approved parts and methods. The quality testing of your tank throughout the repair process conforms with the standard’s stringent requirements

One year, unlimited mileage.

2008 – 2016 3 Series

16197204623 | 16-19-7-204-623

Click here to view details regarding placing your order and shipping instructions.

Our repair process resolves internal malfunctions, including code, 4D32 active tank, temperature sensor plausibility, and code 46F9 heater and temperature sensor.

Please note:
This unit is filled with sterile cow urine called “urea”. A chemical reaction is caused when this urea is injected into the SCR and the ammonia converts this into water vapor and nitrogen. The tank will have to be emptied before shipping this unit to us. You must drain the tank into a clean bucket or container, by tilting it and using the drain hose. Cover the liquid to avoid dirt, dust, and debris. Store in a warm place, the urea will freeze. This is a sterile liquid, if you get any on your hands simply wash it off.