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Computerized Engine Controls

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9781428399969

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1428399968
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6/12/2008
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

Get the resource no technician should be without! Now in its 8th edition, Computerized Engine Controls continues the tradition of its predecessors: strong, solid coverage of both domestic and import engine control systems, which provides readers with the foundational knowledge needed to diagnose and repair any electronic system on any vehicle. Thoroughly updated to offer insight into the latest technological advances found on today's roads and highways, the 8th Edition examines such cutting-edge topics as hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, GM's 42-volt system, hexadecimal conversion and OBD II, multiplexing, and more. This updated edition also includes new content that will help electrical concepts come alive and all-new coverage of logic gates, taking the magic and mystery out of the computer. For technicians who are interested in increasing their diagnostic effectiveness on today's vehicle electronic systems, this book is an absolute "must"!

Author Biography

Steve V. Hatch is a Professor at the Lincoln College of Technology, Denver Campus, formerly the Denver Automotive and Diesel College

Table of Contents

Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
A Review of Electricity and Electronicsp. 1
Objectivesp. 1
Key Termsp. 1
Electrical Circuits versus Electronic Circuitsp. 2
Electron Theoryp. 3
Electrical Theoryp. 5
Electrical Circuitsp. 14
Polarityp. 20
Circuit Faultsp. 20
Semiconductorsp. 22
Integrated Circuitsp. 37
The Digital Agep. 37
Summaryp. 39
Diagnostic Exercisep. 39
Review Questionsp. 39
Computers in Carsp. 43
Objectivesp. 43
Key Termsp. 43
Why Computers?p. 43
How Computers Workp. 47
Functions of the Engine Computerp. 61
Controlling Exhaust Gassesp. 63
Closed Loop and Open Loop Operationp. 64
The PCM and Exhaust Emissionsp. 66
Attitude of the Technicianp. 66
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 66
Summaryp. 67
Diagnostic Exercisep. 68
Review Questionsp. 68
Common Components for Computerized Engine Control Systemsp. 71
Objectivesp. 71
Key Termsp. 71
Common Featuresp. 71
Sensing Devicesp. 74
Actuatorsp. 93
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 96
Summaryp. 98
Diagnostic Exercisep. 99
Review Questionsp. 99
Common Operating Principles for Computerized Engine Control Systemsp. 103
Objectivesp. 103
Key Termsp. 103
Electronic Fuel Injection System Operating Principlesp. 103
Ignition System Operating Principlesp. 116
Emission-Control Systemsp. 122
Variable Valve Timingp. 130
42-V Systemsp. 130
Summaryp. 132
Diagnostic Exercisep. 132
Review Questionsp. 132
Diagnostic Conceptsp. 135
Objectivesp. 135
Key Termsp. 135
Types of Faultsp. 135
Diagnostic Trouble Codesp. 136
Data Streamsp. 138
Functional Testsp. 138
Technical Service Bulletinsp. 139
Pinpoint Testingp. 139
Flowchartsp. 144
Electrical Schematicsp. 144
Other General Diagnostic Conceptsp. 146
Summaryp. 147
Diagnostic Exercisep. 147
Review Questionsp. 147
Diagnostic Equipmentp. 149
Objectivesp. 149
Key Termsp. 149
Scan Toolsp. 149
Breakout Boxesp. 153
Non-Powered Test Lightsp. 154
Logic Probesp. 155
Digital Volt-Ohmmetersp. 156
Digital Storage Oscilloscopesp. 166
Safety Considerations When Using a DVOM or DSOp. 180
Gas Analyzersp. 181
Summaryp. 181
Diagnostic Exercisesp. 181
Review Questionsp. 181
Exhaust Gas Analysisp. 185
Objectivesp. 185
Key Termsp. 185
Theory of Gas Analysisp. 185
Measured Gassesp. 187
Gas Analyzersp. 192
Diagnosing with the Gassesp. 195
Summaryp. 197
Diagnostic Exercisep. 198
Review Questionsp. 198
OBD II Self-Diagnosticsp. 201
Objectivesp. 201
Key Termsp. 201
CARB/EPA/SAE/OBD Backgroundp. 201
Why OBD II?p. 202
What Does OBD II Do?p. 202
Standardizationp. 204
Monitoring Conditionsp. 212
Setting DTCs and Turning on the Milp. 214
Diagnostic Management Softwarep. 215
OBD II Monitorsp. 216
Cold Start Emissions Reductionp. 225
Diagnostic Equipmentp. 226
Summaryp. 228
Diagnostic Exercisep. 228
Review Questionsp. 228
Multiplexing Conceptsp. 231
Objectivesp. 231
Key Termsp. 231
Multiplexing Overviewp. 232
Multiplex System Designsp. 234
Multiplexing Protocolsp. 236
Communication on a J1850 VPW Data Busp. 238
Communication on a CAN Data Busp. 240
Multiplexing Variationsp. 241
Other Bosch Protocolsp. 243
Diagnosis of Multiplexed Circuitsp. 243
Summaryp. 244
Diagnostic Exercisep. 244
Review Questionsp. 245
General Motors' Electronic Fuel Injectionp. 247
Objectivesp. 247
Key Termsp. 247
Powertrain Control Modulep. 248
Operating Modesp. 250
Inputsp. 252
Outputsp. 256
Body Control Modulep. 277
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 279
Summaryp. 285
Diagnostic Exercisep. 286
Review Questionsp. 286
General Motors and Port Fuel Injectionp. 289
Objectivesp. 289
Key Termsp. 289
Powertrain Control Modulep. 290
Operating Modesp. 291
Fuel Supply Systemp. 292
Injectorsp. 295
Throttle Bodyp. 295
Non-PCM Emission Controlsp. 296
Inputsp. 296
Outputsp. 307
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 328
Summaryp. 333
Diagnostic Exercisep. 334
Review Questionsp. 334
Advanced General Motors Engine Controlsp. 337
Objectivesp. 337
Key Termsp. 337
Northstar Engine Overviewp. 338
Northstar Inputs/Outputsp. 342
Cadillac LH2 Northstar Upgradesp. 353
Cadillac HFV6p. 357
GM Generation III Small-Block V8sp. 357
GM Generation IV Small-Block V8sp. 360
GM Active Fuel Management Systemp. 360
Flywheel Alternator Starter Systemp. 362
Belt Alternator Starter Systemp. 367
GM Voice-Recognition/Navigational Systemp. 368
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 368
Summaryp. 369
Diagnostic Exercisep. 370
Review Questionsp. 370
Ford's Electronic Engine Control IV (EEC IV)p. 373
Objectivesp. 373
Key Termsp. 373
Powertrain Control Modulep. 376
Operating Modesp. 376
Inputsp. 381
Outputsp. 399
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 427
Summaryp. 438
Diagnostic Exercisep. 438
Review Questionsp. 438
Ford's Electronic Engine Control V (EEC V)p. 441
Objectivesp. 441
Key Termsp. 441
Engine Controlsp. 442
Inputsp. 442
Outputsp. 445
Emissions Controlsp. 450
Advanced Ford Computer System Featuresp. 454
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 465
Summaryp. 46
Diagnostic Exercisep. 467
Review Questionsp. 467
Chrysler Corporation Fuel Injection Systemsp. 471
Objectivesp. 471
Key Termsp. 471
Powertrain Control Modulep. 472
Inputsp. 477
Outputsp. 489
Chrysler Multiplexing Systemsp. 500
Advanced Chrysler Electronic Systemsp. 501
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 504
Summaryp. 507
Diagnostic Exercisep. 508
Review Questionsp. 508
European (Bosch) Engine Control Systemsp. 511
Objectivesp. 511
Key Termsp. 511
System Overviewp. 512
Continuous Injection Systemp. 515
Pulsed Systemsp. 516
Motronicp. 518
Electronic Control Unitp. 518
Operating Modesp. 519
Inputsp. 523
Outputsp. 527
Bosch OBD II Updatep. 535
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 536
Summaryp. 536
Diagnostic Exercisep. 536
Review Questionsp. 537
Asian Computer Control Systemsp. 541
Objectivesp. 541
Key Termsp. 541
Nissan: Electronic Concentrated Control Systemp. 542
Inputsp. 544
Outputsp. 550
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 555
Toyota Computer-Controlled Systemp. 555
Inputsp. 556
Outputsp. 558
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 566
Honda: Programmed Fuel Injectionp. 568
Inputsp. 568
Outputsp. 572
Honda's VTEC Systemsp. 575
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 581
Summaryp. 581
Diagnostic Exercisep. 582
Review Questionsp. 582
Alternative Power Sourcesp. 585
Objectivesp. 585
Key Termsp. 585
Honda Insight, Civic, and Accord Hybridsp. 587
Toyota Hybrid Systemp. 590
Ford Escape Hybridp. 594
Fuel Cell Vehiclesp. 596
Flexible Fuel Vehiclesp. 600
System Diagnosis and Servicep. 601
Summaryp. 602
Diagnostic Exercisep. 602
Review Questionsp. 602
Approach to Diagnosticsp. 605
Narrowing Down the Area of the Problemp. 605
Pinpoint Testingp. 609
Additional Information Concerning Soft Fault Diagnosisp. 613
Summaryp. 613
Terms and Acronymsp. 615
Automotive-Related Web Addressesp. 623
Glossaryp. 625
Indexp. 643
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