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Computerized Engine Controls

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9780766850200

ISBN10:
076685020X
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Pub. Date:
8/25/2003
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CENGAGE 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 xi
Introduction: A Review of Electricity and Electronics 1(34)
Electrical Circuits versus Electronic Circuits
1(1)
Electron Theory
2(2)
Magnetism
4(7)
Conductors and Insulators
11(1)
Circuits
12(4)
Polarity
16(1)
Circuit Controls: Faults
17(1)
Testing
18(6)
Semiconductors
24(10)
Integrated Circuits (ICs)
34(1)
Chapter 1: Computers in Cars 35(22)
Objectives
35(1)
Key Terms
35(1)
Why Computers?
35(7)
Exhaust Gasses
42(8)
Economy and Driveability
50(2)
Attitude of the Technician
52(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
52(1)
Summary
53(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
54(1)
Review Questions
54(3)
Chapter 2: Common Components for Computerized Engine Control Systems 57(29)
Objectives
57(1)
Key Terms
57(1)
Common Features
57(7)
Sensing Devices
64(13)
Actuators
77(3)
System Diagnosis and Service
80(2)
Summary
82(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
83(1)
Review Questions
83(3)
Chapter 3: Diagnostic Concepts 86(9)
Objectives
86(1)
Key Terms
86(1)
Types of Faults
86(1)
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
87(1)
Data Streams
88(1)
Functional Tests
88(1)
Pinpoint Testing
89(1)
Flowcharts
90(1)
Electrical Schematics
90(2)
Other General Diagnostic Concepts
92(1)
Summary
92(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
92(1)
Review Questions
93(2)
Chapter 4: Diagnostic Equipment 95(19)
Objectives
95(1)
Key Terms
95(1)
Scan Tools
95(3)
Breakout Boxes
98(1)
Nonself-Powered Test Lights
99(1)
Logic Probes
100(1)
Digital Volt-Ohmmeters (DVOMs)
101(2)
Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (DSOs)
103(7)
Gas Analyzers
110(1)
Summary
110(1)
Diagnostic Exercises
111(1)
Review Questions
111(3)
Chapter 5: Exhaust Gas Analysis 114(15)
Objectives
114(1)
Key Terms
114(1)
Theory of Gas Analysis
114(2)
Measured Gasses
116(4)
Gas Analyzers
120(4)
Diagnosing with the Gasses
124(2)
Summary
126(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
126(1)
Review Questions
126(3)
Chapter 6: OBD II Self-Diagnostics 129(27)
Objectives
129(1)
Key Terms
129(1)
Why OBD II?
129(1)
What Does OBD II Do?
130(1)
Standardization
131(4)
Monitoring Conditions
135(2)
Setting DTCs and Turning on the MIL
137(1)
Diagnostic Management Software
138(1)
Monitoring Sequences
139(6)
Domestic Car Maker Codes
145(1)
European Approach
146(1)
Asian Example: Toyota
147(1)
Enhanced OBD II Monitoring
148(3)
Diagnostic Equipment
151(2)
Summary
153(1)
Diagnostic Exercises
153(1)
Review Questions
153(3)
Chapter 7: Multiplexing Concepts 156(13)
Objectives
156(1)
Key Terms
156(1)
Multiplexing Overview
157(2)
Multiplex System Designs
159(2)
Multiplexing Protocols
161(1)
Communication on a J1850 VPW Data Bus
162(2)
Multiplexing Variations
164(1)
Diagnosis of Multiplexed Circuits
165(1)
Summary
165(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
165(1)
Review Questions
166(3)
Chapter 8: General Motors' Computer Command Control 169(49)
Objectives
169(1)
Key Terms
169(1)
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
170(2)
Operating Modes
172(1)
Inputs
173(7)
Outputs
180(23)
System Diagnosis and Service
203(12)
Summary
215(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
215(1)
Review Questions
215(3)
Chapter 9: General Motors' Electronic Fuel Injection 218(21)
Objectives
218(1)
Key Terms
218(1)
Powertrain Control Module
219(1)
Operating Modes
220(2)
Inputs
222(3)
Outputs
225(8)
System Diagnosis and Service
233(3)
Summary
236(1)
Diagnostic Exercises
236(1)
Review Questions
236(3)
Chapter 10: General Motors' Port Fuel Injection 239(47)
Objectives
239(1)
Key Terms
239(1)
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
240(1)
Operating Modes
241(1)
Fuel Supply System
242(2)
Injectors
244(1)
Throttle Body
245(1)
Non-PCM Emission Controls
246(1)
Inputs
246(11)
Outputs
257(20)
System Diagnosis and Service
277(5)
Summary
282(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
283(1)
Review Questions
283(3)
Chapter 11: Cadillac's Digital Fuel Injection 286(42)
Objectives
286(1)
Key Terms
286(2)
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
288(2)
Operating Modes
290(1)
Inputs
291(2)
Outputs
293(11)
Body Control Module (BCM)
304(11)
System Diagnosis and Service
315(9)
Summary
324(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
324(1)
Review Questions
325(3)
Chapter 12: Advanced General Motors' Engine Controls 328(30)
Objectives
328(1)
Key Terms
328(1)
Aurora and Northstar Engine
328(6)
Inputs/Outputs
334(10)
Vehicle Control Module (VOM)
344(1)
Central Port Fuel Injection Systems
345(1)
Generation III V8s
346(3)
Premium V6 Engine
349(1)
General Motors' Variable Valve Timing (VVT)
350(2)
Saturn
352(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
353(1)
Summary
354(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
355(1)
Review Questions
355(3)
Chapter 13: Ford's EEC I, EEC II and EEC III 358(16)
Objectives
358(1)
Key Terms
358(1)
Electronic Engine Control (EEC) I
358(7)
System Diagnosis and Service
365(1)
EECII
365(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
369(1)
EECIII
369(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
370(2)
Summary
372(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
372(1)
Review Questions
372(2)
Chapter 14: Ford's Electronic Engine Control IV (EEC IV) 374(70)
Objectives
374(1)
Key Terms
374(1)
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
374(3)
Operating Modes
377(4)
Inputs
381(19)
Outputs
400(30)
System Diagnosis and Service
430(11)
Summary
441(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
441(1)
Review Questions
441(3)
Chapter 15: Ford's Electronic Engine Control V (EEC V) 444(21)
Objectives
444(1)
Key Terms
444(1)
Engine Controls
444(1)
Inputs
445(4)
Outputs
449(4)
Emission Controls
453(2)
Advanced EEC V Features and Applications
455(4)
Lincoln LS
459(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
460(1)
Summary
461(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
461(1)
Review Questions
462(3)
Chapter 16: Chrysler's Oxygen Feedback System 465(14)
Objectives
465(1)
Key Terms
465(1)
Combustion Control Computer
465(2)
Inputs
467(3)
Outputs
470(4)
System Diagnosis and Service
474(2)
Summary
476(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
476(1)
Review Questions
476(3)
Chapter 17: DaimlerChrysler Single-Point and Multipoint Fuel Injection Systems 479(32)
Objectives
479(1)
Key Terms
479(1)
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
479(6)
Inputs
485(11)
Outputs
496(9)
DaimlerChrysler Multiplexing Systems
505(1)
System Diagnosis and Service
506(2)
Summary
508(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
508(1)
Review Questions
508(3)
Chapter 18: European (Bosch) Engine Control Systems 511(28)
Objectives
511(1)
Key Terms
511(1)
System Overview
511(6)
Pulsed Systems
517(1)
Motronic
518(1)
Control Unit
519(1)
Operating Modes
519(4)
Inputs
523(4)
Outputs
527(8)
System Diagnosis and Service
535(1)
Summary
535(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
536(1)
Review Questions
536(3)
Chapter 19: Asian Computer Control Systems 539(40)
Objectives
539(1)
Key Terms
539(1)
Nissan: Electronic Concentrated Control System (ECCS)
540(2)
Inputs
542(6)
Outputs
548(5)
System Diagnosis and Service
553(1)
Toyota Computer-Controlled System (TCCS)
553(1)
Inputs
553(3)
Outputs
556(8)
System Diagnosis and Service
564(2)
Honda: Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
566(1)
Inputs
566(1)
Outputs
567(8)
System Diagnosis and Service
575(1)
Summary
575(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
575(1)
Review Questions
576(3)
Chapter 20: Electronically Controlled Diesel Engine Systems 579(26)
Objectives
579(1)
Key Terms
579(1)
Diesel and Gasoline Engines
579(3)
General Motors 6.5-Liter Diesel: System Overview
582(2)
Inputs
584(3)
Outputs
587(11)
Ford Powerstroke/International/Navistar 7.3 Direct Injection Diesel: System Overview
598(1)
Inputs
598(1)
Outputs
598(2)
Volkswagen 1.9-Liter TDI Diesel: System Overview
600(1)
Inputs
600(2)
Summary
602(1)
Diagnostic Exercise
602(1)
Review Questions
602(3)
Appendix A: Approach to Diagnostics 605(6)
Collecting the Evidence
605(1)
Hard Fault Diagnosis
606(2)
Soft Fault Diagnosis
608(1)
Verifying PCM Control of the Air/Fuel Ratio
609(1)
Summary
610(1)
Appendix B: Terms and Acronyms 611(8)
Glossary 619(14)
Index 633


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