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Computerized Engine Controls 2000

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780766831056

ISBN10:
0766831051
Media:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/26/2000
Publisher(s):
Thomson Delmar Learning
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Summary

Completely updated by an ASE Master-certified Automotive Technician, the sixth edition of Computerized Engine Controls explains how computerized engine control systems operate and translates these concepts into proven-effective diagnostic approaches. Tackling both domestic and foreign engine control systems, the book begins with an introduction to common engine control components and features an entire chapter on OBD II. Chapters that follow explore the ?ins? and ?outs? of important multiplexing and diagnostic concepts, introducing readers to diagnostic equipment and tests that allow quick identification of problem areas in computerized engine control systems. An excellent source of up-to-date information, this book also provides a solid foundation for expansion into light duty/gasoline or heavy duty/diesel applications.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction: A Review of Electricity and Electronics 1(1)
Electrical Circuits versus Electronic Circuits
1(1)
Circuits
1(1)
Electron Theory
2(2)
Magnetism
4(8)
Conductors and Insulators
12(1)
Circuits
12(5)
Polarity
17(1)
Circuit Controls: Faults
18(1)
Testing
19(6)
Semiconductors
25(11)
Integrated Circuits (ICs)
36(1)
Computers in Cars
37(18)
Objectives
37(1)
Key Terms
37(1)
Why Computers?
37(7)
Exhaust Gases
44(5)
Economy and Driveability
49(2)
Attitude of the Technician
51(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
51(1)
Summary
52(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
53(1)
Review Questions
53(2)
Common Components for Computerized Engine Control Systems
55(27)
Objectives
55(1)
Key Terms
55(1)
Common Features
55(5)
Sensing Devices
60(13)
Actuators
73(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
77(3)
Summary
80(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
80(1)
Review Questions
80(2)
General Motors' Computer Command Control
82(51)
Objectives
82(1)
Key Terms
82(1)
Electronic Control Module (ECM)
83(1)
Operating Modes
84(1)
Inputs
85(8)
Outputs
93(22)
System Diagnosis and Service
115(15)
Summary
130(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
131(1)
Review Questions
131(2)
General Motors' Electronic Fuel Injection
133(25)
Objectives
133(1)
Key Terms
133(1)
Electronic Control Module
134(1)
Operative Modes
135(2)
Inputs
137(2)
Outputs
139(11)
System Diagnosis and Service
150(5)
Summary
155(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
155(1)
Review Questions
156(2)
General Motors' Electronic Fuel Injection
158(46)
Objectives
158(1)
Key Terms
158(1)
Electronic Control Module (ECM)
159(1)
Operating Modes
159(2)
Fuel Supply System
161(1)
Injectors
162(1)
Throttle Body
162(3)
Non-ECM Emission Controls
165(1)
Inputs
166(13)
Outputs
179(17)
System Diagnosis and Service
196(6)
Summary
202(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
202(1)
Review Questions
202(2)
Recent General Motors' Engine Controls
204(21)
Objectives
204(1)
Key Terms
204(1)
General System Features
204(6)
Inputs/Outputs
210(11)
System Diagnosis and Services
221(1)
Other Developments
222(1)
Summary
222(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
222(1)
Review Questions
222(3)
Cadillac's Digital Fuel Injection
225(43)
Objectives
225(1)
Key Terms
225(2)
Electronic Control Module (ECM)
227(2)
Operating Modes
229(1)
Inputs
230(4)
Outputs
234(11)
Body Computer Module (BCM)
245(11)
System Diagnosis and Service
256(10)
Summary
266(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
266(1)
Review Questions
266(2)
Ford's Microprocessor Control Unit
268(14)
Objectives
268(1)
Key Terms
268(1)
MCU Module
268(2)
Inputs
270(5)
Outputs
275(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
279(1)
Summary
280(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
281(1)
Review Questions
281(1)
Ford's EEC I, EEC II. and EEC III
282(15)
Objectives
282(1)
Key Terms
282(1)
Electronic Engine Control (EEC) I
282(6)
System Diagnosis and Service
288(1)
EEC II
289(3)
System Diagnosis and Service
292(1)
EEC III
293(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
294(1)
Summary
294(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
294(2)
Review Questions
296(1)
Ford's Electronic Engine Control IV (EEC IV)
297(65)
Objectives
297(1)
Key Terms
297(1)
Electronic Control Assembly (ECA)
297(3)
Operating Modes
300(3)
Inputs
303(20)
Outputs
323(30)
Vehicle Speed Control (VSC)
353(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
353(7)
Summary
360(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
360(1)
Review Questions
360(2)
Recent Ford Motor Company Engine Control Systems
362(13)
Objectives
362(1)
Key Terms
362(1)
Engine Controls
362(1)
Inputs
363(4)
Outputs
367(3)
Emissions Controls
370(2)
Diagnostic Procedures
372(1)
Summary
372(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
372(1)
Review Questions
373(2)
Chrysler's Oxygen Feedback System
375(12)
Objectives
375(1)
Key Terms
375(1)
Combustion Control Computer
375(2)
Inputs
377(3)
Outputs
380(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
384(1)
Summary
385(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
385(1)
Review Questions
386(1)
Chrysler Single-Point and Multipoint Fuel Injection Systems
387(23)
Objectives
387(1)
Key Terms
387(1)
Logic Module/Power Module
387(4)
Inputs
391(8)
Outputs
399(7)
System Diagnosis and Service
406(1)
Summary
407(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
408(1)
Review Questions
408(2)
Chrysler Multiplexing and Computer Developments
410(9)
Objectives
410(1)
Key Terms
410(1)
Powertrain Control Module
410(2)
The Multiplexing System
412(1)
Fuel System
413(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
414(2)
Summary
416(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
416(1)
Review Questions
417(2)
European (Bosch) Engine Control Systems
419(28)
Objectives
419(1)
Key Terms
419(1)
System Overview
419(6)
Pulsed Systems
425(1)
Motronic
426(1)
Control Unit
427(2)
Operating Modes
429(3)
Inputs
432(3)
Outputs
435(9)
System Diagnosis and Service
444(1)
Summary
444(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
445(1)
Review Questions
445(2)
Asian Computer Control Systems
447(25)
Objectives
447(1)
Key Terms
447(1)
Nissan: General System Description
448(2)
Inputs
450(6)
Outputs
456(3)
System Diagnosis and Service
459(1)
Toyota: General System Description
460(1)
Inputs
461(2)
Outputs
463(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
467(2)
Summary
469(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
469(1)
Review Questions
469(3)
Electronically Controlled Diesel Engine Systems
472(27)
Objectives
472(1)
Key Terms
472(1)
Diesel and Gasoline Engines
472(3)
General Motors 6.5-Liter Diesel: System Overview
475(2)
Inputs
477(4)
Outputs
481(12)
Ford/International/Navistar 7.3-Liter Direct Injection Diesel: System Overview
493(1)
Inputs
493(1)
Outputs
493(2)
Volkaswagen 1.9-Liter TDI Diesel: System Overview
495(2)
Inputs
497(1)
Summary
497(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
497(1)
Review Questions
497(2)
OBD II Self-Diagnostics
499(33)
Objectives
499(1)
Key Terms
499(1)
Why OBD II?
499(1)
What Will OBD II do?
500(1)
Standardization
501(2)
Monitoring Conditions
503(3)
Setting DTCs and Turning on the MIL
506(1)
Diagnostic Management Software
507(1)
Monitoring Sequences
508(6)
Domestic Car Maker Codes
514(1)
European Approach
515(2)
Asian Example: Toyota
517(1)
Diagnostic Equipment
518(5)
Summary
523(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
524(6)
Review Questions
530(2)
Appendix: 1998 Automobiles 532(21)
Appendix: 1999 Automobiles 553(18)
Appendix: 2000 Automobiles 571(18)
Glossary 589(12)
Index 601


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