UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS
The use of microprocessors with its related components and circuits have made automotive technology exciting and complicated. Recent technological developments require that technicians be armed with cutting edge skills in order to be successful in their daily task.
This new course is designed to assist the Technician in solving drivability problems caused by computer or electronic component failures.
Topics covered in this high energy course include:
• Computers in Cars
• Common Components for Computerized Engine Control Systems
• Diagnostic Concepts
• Diagnostic Equipment
• OBD II Self-Diagnostics
• Multiplexing Concepts
• General Motors – Electronic and Port Fuel Injection Systems
• Advanced GM, Ford and Chrysler Engine controls