This comprehensive training and education package focuses on the major engine systems affecting engine performance and driveability, with topics ranging from engine basics to fuel, ignition, and OBD-II systems. Various manufacturersAb vehicle systems are represented to illustrate the similarities and differences technicians will encounter today. Current and thoroughly-updated system information and diagnostic strategies in this edition, added to help students keep pace with emerging technologies, include: , , _ a new systematic approach to diagnosing problems , , _ updated scanner information , , _ new engine technology, including the throttle actuator control system , , _ new magneto resistive sensors , , _ recent emission inspection requirements and mandates specifically regarding OBD II , , _ expanded discussion of fuel cell technology , , _ expanded discussion of the operation of hybrid vehicles Like other books in the TodayAbs Technician series, the Classroom Manual covers the subject fundamentals, discussing theory and operation of each engine system. The Shop Manual provides the service and diagnostic Ashow toAu component, with hands-on exercises that reinforce concepts learned in the Classroom Manual. Restructured Job Sheets in the Shop Manual provide a format for students to perform the tasks covered in each chapter.Exhaust manifold Oxygen sensor fitting Figure 7-17 Insert pressure gauge in oxygen sensor fitting. exhaust manifolda#39;s bore for ... On other engines, it may be necessary to fabricate an adapter for the pressure gauge from an old O. sensor or air check valve. ... A very bad restriction will give a reading of over 2.75 psi. ... If the outlet temperature is the same or lower, nothing is happening inside the converter.
|Title||:||Classroom Manual for Automotive Engine Performance|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2003|