Download Servo Auto-Repair Module – NO More Servo Tune-Ups! Sims 4 Mod

Servo Auto-Repair Module – NO More Servo Tune-Ups! for Sims 4
Servo Auto-Repair Module – NO More Servo Tune-Ups! for Sims 4

Yup, I’m back yet again with one of my servo mods! Took a while to figure out how to get it working right but now it’s ready to share.

Are you sick and tired of your servo breaking down faster than an old lemon car? Fed up with all the tune-ups and repairs you have to give them all the dang time? Then get them an Auto-Repair Module!
This is a special computer board (a recolor of the robot salvage part) that, when installed into your servo, uses cutting-edge nanomachine technology to actively repair and maintain your servo’s vital parts so their Durability motive always stays high. No longer will you need to reach for that screwdriver!

To use it, just buy the module from the catalog, then either drag it into the Servo’s inventory or have them “install” it themselves. Once it’s in the inventory, choose “Activate Auto-Repair” and the nanobots will get right to work! A hidden trait & unweighted buff will be added to the servo to show it’s working and their Durability motive will slowly rise.
Note that you can only have one module active per servo, and you can’t remove it from the inventory unless it’s deactivated first. And when it’s on, there will be a very small decrease added to the servo’s Charge motive, but it likely won’t be noticeable.
It’s priced at 1000 Simoleans and can be found in the Electronics > Misc. category.

If you also want to keep your servo charged up all the time without them having to sleep, I recommend using my Auto-Charger object mod

Hope you folks enjoy it! Let me know if you have any issues.

Made with Sims 4 Studio, Photoshop, and Lot51’s TDESC Builder.

Author: Triple_sSs

How to install this mod (Full installation guide)

  1. Download the mod (ModsHost download guide).
  2. Find the mods folder on your computer
    • Windows – /Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods
    • Mac – /Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods
  3. Copy the downloaded file to your Mods folder
  4. Launch the game and enjoy your mod!
  5. Problems? Ask for help!
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