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Common technology
1.1 Common technology
1.2 Engine-related systems
1.3 Ignition systems
1.3.1 THE CONSTANT ENERGY IGNITION SYSTEM
1.3.2 DIGITAL (PROGRAMMED) IGNITION SYSTEM
1.3.3 DISTRIBUTORLESS IGNITION SYSTEM
1.3.4 OPTOELECTRONIC SENSING FOR THE IGNITION SYSTEM
1.3.5 KNOCK SENSING
1.3.6 ADAPTIVE IGNITION
1.4 Computer controlled petrol fuelling systems
1.4.1 SINGLE-POINT INJECTION
1.4.2 MULTI-POINT INJECTION
1.5 Engine management systems (EMS)
1.5.1 EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION
1.5.2 COMPUTER CONTROL OF EVAPORATIVE EMISSIONS
1.6 Anti-lock braking (ABS)
1.6.1 OPERATION OF ABS
1.6.2 SOME GENERAL POINTS ABOUT ABS
1.7 Traction control
1.8 Stability control
1.9 Air conditioning
1.9.1 DEALING WITH AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERANT
1.10 Computer controlled damping rate
1.11 Computer controlled diesel engine management systems
1.11.1 SPILL CONTROL
1.11.2 TIMING CONTROL
1.11.3 IDLE SPEED CONTROL
1.12 Summary
2.1 The fundamental parts of a computer
2.1.1 COMPUTER MEMORY
2.1.2 THE CLOCK
2.2 A practical automotive computer system
2.5 Computer interfaces
2.6 Control of output devices
2.7 Computer memories
2.7.1 READ ONLY MEMORIES
2.7.2 RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY
2.7.3 OTHER TYPES OF COMPUTER MEMORY
2.8 Fault codes
2.9 Adaptive operating strategy of the ECM
2.9.1 LIMITED OPERATING STRATEGY (LOS)
2.10 Networking of computers
2.10.1 A BUS-BASED SYSTEM
2.10.2 STAR CONNECTED COMPUTERS
2.10.3 MESSAGES
2.10.4 PROTOCOLS
2.11 Vehicle network systems
2.11.1 THE PRINCIPLE OF A BUS-BASED VEHICLE SYSTEM
2.11.2 DATA BUSES FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS
2.11.3 ENCODING SERIAL DATA
2.12 Prototype network systems
2.13 Summary
Self-diagnosis and fault codes
3.1 Access to DTCs
3.1.1 METHOD 1: THE DASHBOARD LAMP
3.1.2 METHOD 2: FAULT CODES DISPLAYED THROUGH A LOGIC PROBE OR TEST LAMP
3.1.3 METHOD 3: FAULT CODE READERS AND SCAN TOOLS
3.2 Developments in self-diagnosis
3.3 Diagnostic equipment and limitations of DTCs
Diagnostic tools and equipment
4.1 Diagnostic tools that connect to the ECM
4.3 The digital multimeter
4.4 Portable flat screen oscilloscopes
4.5 Diagnostic tool and oscilloscope combined
4.6.1 VACUUM PUMPS AND GAUGES
4.7 Calibrating test instruments
4.8 Location charts and wiring diagrams
4.9 Sources of diagnostic data
4.10 Exhaust gas emissions and emission system testing
4.10.1 PETROL ENGINE EMISSIONS
4.10.2 DIESEL ENGINE EMISSIONS
5.1 Electromagnetic sensors
5.1.1 THE VARIABLE RELUCTANCE TYPE SENSOR
5.1.2 HALL EFFECT SENSORS
5.2 Optical sensors
5.3 Combustion knock sensors
5.4 Variable resistance type sensors
5.5 Temperature sensors
5.6 Ride height control sensor
5.7 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP)
5.7.1 THE VARIABLE VOLTAGE MAP SENSOR
5.7.2 OTHER MAP SENSORS
5.8 Exhaust gas oxygen sensors
5.8.1 THE VOLTAIC-TYPE EGO SENSOR
5.8.2 THE RESISTIVE-TYPE EGO SENSOR
5.8.3 ON-BOARD MONITORING OF THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER
5.9 Air flow measurement
5.9.1 HOT WIRE MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR (MAF)
6.2.2 MULTI-POINT PETROL INJECTION
6.3 Testing of petrol injectors
6.3.1 PEAK AND HOLD
6.3.2 CONVENTIONAL SWITCHING TO EARTH
6.3.3 PULSE WIDTH MODULATED INJECTORS
6.3.4 FURTHER INJECTOR TESTS
6.4 Exhaust gas recirculation
6.4.1 TESTING THE EGR SENSOR
6.5 Petrol engine idle speed control
6.5.1 STEPPER MOTOR-OPERATED VALVE
6.5.2 SOLENOID-OPERATED VALVE
6.6 Ignition system
6.7 ABS actuators
6.8 A clamping diode
6.9 Electronic unit injectors
7.2 Vehicle specific details
7.3 The ‘six-steps’ approach
7.4 Skills required for effective diagnosis
7.5 An approach to fault finding
7.6 Emissions related testing
7.6.1 OXYGEN SENSOR
7.6.2 KNOCK SENSORS
7.6.3 AIR FLOW METERS
7.6.4 THROTTLE POSITION SWITCHES
7.6.5 A COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
7.6.6 MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE SENSOR (MAP) TESTS
7.7 Ignition system tests
7.7.1 TESTS ON DISTRIBUTORLESS IGNITION DIS
7.8 Diesel injection
7.8.1 TESTING THE INJECTION POINT ADVANCE
7.9 Sensor tests on other systems
7.9.1 ABS WHEEL SPEED SENSORS
7.9.2 TESTING THE RIDE HEIGHT CONTROL SENSOR
7.11 Summary
8.1 Partial and absolute pressures
8.2 The piezoelectric effect
8.3 Liquid crystal displays
8.4 Countering cross-talk
8.5 Logic devices
8.5.1 THE RTL NOR GATE
8.5.2 TRUTH TABLES
8.5.3 THE SR (SET, RESET) FLIP-FLOP
8.5.4 ANALOGUE TO DIGITAL CONVERSION
8.5.5 DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERSION
8.6 OBD II
8.6.1 FUEL SYSTEM LEAKAGE
8.6.2 SECONDARY AIR INJECTION
8.6.3 FREEZE FRAMES
8.6.4 STANDARDIZED FAULT CODES
8.7 Computer performance (MIPS)
8.8 Supplementary restraint systems (SRS)
8.8.1 HANDLING SRS COMPONENTS
8.9 The coded ignition key
8.10 Fault tracing
8.11 Precautions when working with computer controlled systems
8.12 Variable capacitance sensor
8.13 Optoelectronics
A.1 Companies who supply equipment and diagnostic data
A.2 Answers to review questions
A.3 OBD II standard fault codes
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