9780134678726

Light Vehicle Diesel Engines

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    9780134678726

  • ISBN10:

    0134678729

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-08
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

For courses in diesel principles/engines.

Prepare tomorrow’s automotive professionals for success
Light Vehicle Diesel Engines covers the theory, construction, diagnosis, and service of light vehicle diesel engines, including the practical skills students must master to be successful in the industry. This new title is designed for the “keystone” course of a two-year automotive program; it examines the advanced technology of on-board diagnosis and up-to-date diesel technology. Using a format that appeals to today’s technical trade students, Halderman and Ward offer helpful tips and visuals to bring concepts to life and guide students through the procedures they’ll use on the job. All of the content conforms to the latest ASE areas.

Author Biography

Jim Halderman brings a world of experience, knowledge, and talent to his work. His automotive service experience includes working as a flat-rate technician, a business owner, and a professor of automotive technology at a leading U.S. community college for more than 20 years.

 

He has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Ohio Northern University and a Master’s Degree in Education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Jim also holds a U.S. Patent for an electronic transmission control device. He is an ASE-certified Master Automotive Technician and Advanced Engine Performance (L1) ASE certified. Jim is the author of many automotive textbooks all published by Pearson. Jim has presented numerous technical seminars to national audiences, including the California Automotive Teachers (CAT) and the Illinois College Automotive Instructor Association (ICAIA). He is also a member and presenter at the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT). Jim was also named Regional Teacher of the Year by General Motors Corporation and is a member of the advisory board for the Technological Studies department at Ohio Northern University.

 

Curt Ward brings a wealth of talent, experience, and knowledge to his work. Curt is an automotive professor at Joliet Junior College and serves as a visiting automotive instructor at Southern Illinois University. Previously he was an adjunct professor at other area community colleges. Before his work at the college, Curt worked as a technical training instructor for the Chrysler Corporation for fifteen years. Prior to his years at Chrysler, he worked as a technician, shop foreman, and service manager in the retail sector of the automotive industry for thirteen years. During this time Curt became a Chrysler Master Technician. Curt has an Associates of Applied Science in Automotive Service Technology from Southern Illinois University. He has a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Organizational Communications from North

Central College. He earned his Master’s degree in Adult Education at the University of Phoenix. Curt holds the following ASE certifications:

 

  • ASE Master Automotive Technician

  • Automobile Advanced Engine performance “L1”

  • Alternate Fuels Technician “F1”

  • Light Vehicle Diesel Engines “A9”

  • Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair “G1”

 

Curt has presented technical seminars at numerous conferences around the country. He has presented for the Illinois College Automotive Instructor Association (ICAIA), the California Automotive Teachers (CAT), and the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT).

 

Curt is an active member in the Illinois Automotive Instructor Association (ICAIA) and the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT). He has served as the Secretary and the President of the NACAT organization and was the Conference Host for the 2015 NACAT Conference. In 2015 Curt was named the NACAT MVP award winner for his outstanding contribution to the NACAT organization.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: DIESEL ENGINE OPERATION

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Engines

Four-Stroke Cycle Operation

Engine Construction Overview

Diesel Engines

Engine Size

Compression Ratio

Torque

Power

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 2: DIESEL ENGINE BLOCKS AND ROTATING ASSEMBLIES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Diesel Engine Blocks

Crankshafts

Crankshaft Construction

Crankshaft Features

Crankshaft Service

Engine Bearings

Bearing Clearance

Camshaft Bearings

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

CHAPTER 3: DIESEL CYLINDER HEADS AND VALVE TRAINS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Cylinder Heads

Intake and Exhaust Valves

Valve Seats

Valve Springs

Cylinder Head Passages

Camshafts

Rocker Arms and Bridges

Pushrods

Lifters or Tappets

Camshaft Removal

Cylinder Head Disassembly

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 4: DIESEL ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Lubrication Principles

Oil Pumps

Oil Passages

Oil Pans

Engine Oil

API Rating

European Rating System

Oil Filters

Summary

Review Questions

 

CHAPTER 5: DIESEL ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Cooling Systems

Cooling System Operation

Thermostats

Radiators

Pressure Caps

Coolant Recovery Systems

Water Pumps

Cooling Fans

Cooling System Testing

Coolant Temperature Warning Light

Coolant

Types of Coolant

Coolant Testing

Coolant Replacement Issues

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 6: DIESEL ENGINE CONDITION DIAGNOSIS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Typical Engine-Related Complaints

Diagnostic Trouble Codes and Technical Service Bulletins

Visual Inspection

Engine Noise/Vibration Diagnosis

Crankcase Pressure Test

Oil Pressure Testing

Misfire Diagnosis

Engine-Related Misfire Diagnosis

Compression Test

Engine Starting and Charging Diagnosis

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 7: DIESEL ENGINE DISASSEMBLY, CLEANING, AND CRACK DETECTION

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Preparing the Engine for Removal

Rotating Assemblies Removal

Cylinder Head Disassembly

Mechanical Cleaning

Chemical Cleaners

Spray and Steam Washing

Thermal Cleaning

Tank and Vapor Cleaning

Ultrasonic and Vibratory Cleaning

Crack Detection

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 8: DIESEL ENGINE ASSEMBLY

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Details

Short Block Preparation

Cylinder Head Preparation

Short Block Assembly

Piston/Rod Installation

Cylinder Head Installation

Torque-to-Yield Head Bolts

Valve Train Assembly

Final Assembly

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 9: TURBOCHARGER SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Introduction

Turbocharger Purpose and Function

Turbochargers

Boost Control

Variable Geometry Turbocharger

Air Charge Cooler

Turbocharger Diagnosis

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 10: AIR INDUCTION AND EGR SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Air Induction System

Air Induction System Diagnosis

Intake Manifold Heater

Glow Plugs

EGR System

EGR System Diagnosis

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 11: DIESEL AND BIODIESEL FUEL

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Diesel Fuel

Biodiesel

E-Diesel Fuel

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 12: FUEL SUPPLY AND LOW-PRESSURE FUEL SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Low-Pressure Fuel System Components

Low-Pressure Fuel System Service

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 13: HIGH-PRESSURE COMMON RAIL DIESEL FUEL SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Functions of High-Pressure Injection Systems

High-Pressure Common Rail Injection

High-Pressure Pump

Common Rail Injector

Powertrain Control Module

High-Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) Fuel System Service Procedures

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 14: HYDRAULICALLY ACTUATED ELECTRONIC UNIT INJECTOR (HEUI) SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

HEUI Systems

Control Pressure

Injector Types

HEUI Service and Diagnostics

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 15: EXHAUST AND AFTERTREATMENT SYSTEMS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Exhaust Chemistry

Exhaust System Components

Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)

NOx Adsorber Catalyst

Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR)

Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Reductant Dosing Module

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)

Differential Pressure Sensor

Temperature Sensors

NOx Sensors

Oxygen Sensors

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 16: DIESEL SERVICE PROCEDURES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Overview

Intake Air System Maintenance

Engine Oil Service

Cooling System Service

Fuel System Service

Diesel Exhaust Fluid Service

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

CHAPTER 17: DIESEL ENGINE ELECTRONICS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Introduction

Electricity

How Electrons Move Through a Conductor

Units of Electricity

Electrical Circuits

Electrical Schematics

Types of Circuit Faults

Fused Jumper Wire

Test Light

Digital Meters

Inductive Ammeters

Terminals and Connectors

Wire Repair

Relays

Switches

Speed Sensors

Throttle Position (TP) Sensor

Networks

Network Classifications

Controller Area Network

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 18: CAN AND NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Module Communications and Networks

Network Fundamentals

Module Communications Configuration

Network Communications Classifications

General Motors Communications Protocols

Ford Network Communications Protocols

Chrysler Communications Protocols

Controller Area Network

Honda/Toyota Communications

European Bus Communications

Network Communications Diagnosis

OBD-II Data Link Connector

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

CHAPTER 19: DIESEL OBD II

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

OBD II

California OBD II

Monitors

Diagnostic Trouble Codes

OBD-II Freeze Frame

PCM Tests

Global OBD II

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 20: OBD-II DIESEL MONITORS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Major System Monitors

Comprehensive Component Monitor

Enabling Criteria

Misfire Monitor

Fuel System Monitor

Non-Continuous Monitors

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 21: OBD-II DIESEL DIAGNOSIS

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

The Diesel Engine Diagnostic Process

Verify the Customer Concern

Visual Inspection

Check for Any Stored DTCs

Check TSBs

Scan Tool Data

Pinpoint Tests

Determine the Root Cause

Flash Programming

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 22: FORD POWER STROKE DIESEL ENGINES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Background

6.7 Liter Power Stroke

6.7 Cooling System

6.7 Lubrication System

Engine Mechanical

Low-Pressure Fuel System

Diesel Fuel Conditioner Module (DFCM)

High-Pressure Fuel System

High-Pressure Common Rail Fuel Injectors

Control System Inputs

Engine Outputs

Diesel Aftertreatment System

Five- and Six-Cylinder Power Stroke Diesel Engines

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 23: DURAMAX DIESEL ENGINES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Background

2.8 Inline 4-Cylinder Duramax

Engine Mechanical

Cooling System

Cylinder Heads

Service Information

Low-Pressure Side Fuel System

Fuel Aeration

High-Pressure Fuel System

Glow Plugs and EGR

Duramax Diesel Aftertreatment System

Photo Sequence — Duramax Disassembly

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 24: CUMMINS DIESEL ENGINES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Background Cummins 5.9/6.7 Liter Engine

ISB 6.7 Engine Details

ISB 6.7 Engine Low-Pressure Fuel System

ISB 6.7 Engine High-Pressure Fuel System

Control System Inputs

Engine Outputs

Cummins 6.7 Liter Diesel Aftertreatment System

Cummins 5.0 Liter Engine

5.0 V-8 Engine Mechanical

5.0 V-8 Engine Low-Pressure Fuel System

5.0 V-8 Engine High-Pressure Fuel System

Air Induction System

Glow Plug System

EGR System

Exhaust Aftertreatment System

Photo Sequence — 6.7 Liter Cummins Engine

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter Quiz

 

CHAPTER 25: FIAT/JEEP DIESEL ENGINES

Learning Objectives

Key Terms

Overview

Engine Identification

Service Information

Engine Mechanical

Low-Pressure Fuel System

High-Pressure Fuel System

Control System Inputs

Engine Outputs

VM 3.0 Liter V-6 Diesel Aftertreatment System

Summary

Review Questions

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