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About Us

Driven by a passion for cars, empowered by over 30 years of electronics design experience. We're here to solve those electronics gremlins so that you can enjoy your car to the max. 

The first generations of cars dependent on complex electronics hit the streets in the mid 1980's. Many of these cars, and those from the 90's and beyond are now appreciating classics.

We know it can very frustrating when the electronics systems in your car don't work as they should. It can be a big challenge to find the expert help needed to fully diagnose and correct a fault. This is where motivelectronics can help.


With a focus on 'modern classics', we're equipped to tackle issues that the manufacturer no longer has an interest in. Not only do we have the skills and equipment to make robust and effective repairs, we also have in-depth design-level engineering experience. We've brought all this together with proven skills in 'reverse engineering' circuit designs. This is the foundation needed to diagnose PCB level problems and engineer permanent solutions. In many cases the work we do exceeds the original design specifications, dramatically reducing the probability of a repeat failure. Quality and customer service are at the heart of all we do, but you don't need to take our word for it, take a look at our Google Reviews.

Our passion for cars drives us to continually expand the range of electronics we repair and refurbish. Whether it's an engine ecu, a climate control panel, an instrument cluster or any other automotive control module, get it touch, We'll do whatever we can to help, and our advice is freely given. We want you to enjoy your car for every mile you spend behind the wheel!

Sean C Blencowe,



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Welcome to Motivelectronics.


Since my teenage years I've been enjoying a passion for cars and engineering. I've lost count of how many I've owned, tuned and restored... Nissan 300ZX (x2), 200SX (x2), Mitsubishi GTO (x2), Escort RS Turbo, Sierra RS Cosworth and couple of 80's Ferraris to name just a few.

My entire career has been rooted in engineering both as an embedded computer systems designer and as an enterprise IT architect. I've been developing and deploying high tech systems at a global level for over 30 years.


Since early 2021 I've been diagnosing and restoring complex vehicle electronics modules from engine ECUs to instrument clusters including marques such as Audi, Ferrari and Lamborghini.


As Motive expands, I'm carefully adding more experts to our team, expanding our capabilities. All while keeping a watchful eye on the quality of everything we do.

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