OBD II: FUNCTIONS, MONITORS, AND DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES is a resource that offers complete coverage of OBD II and tells your students what they need to know to succeed as field technicians. This exciting new book combines coverage of OBD II design, its role in state emission testing failures, diagnosis and repair, and the setting of readiness monitors. It provides your students with a solid working knowledge of the purpose and functions of the OBD II by beginning with an overview of the technology and its role in on-the-job tasks. Using this as a foundation, the author then addresses more advanced topics, including the extremely high-powered diagnostic abilities involving the various scanner modes, as well as the hows and whys of setting readiness monitors. With numerous practical examples and an emphasis on world-wide vehicle coverage that does not limit explanations to specific manufacturers, OBD II: FUNCTIONS, MONITORS, AND DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES, will prepare your students for success in the industry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.If the signal generates 18 pulses per crankshaft rotation, then at least 18 signals should be displayed. ... OXYGEN. SENSOR. TESTING. One of the most important signals required by the OBD II system is the oxygen sensor, and although it is true that the monitoring system ashoulda find and identify the bad ones, it is just as true that bad O2Ss may shut down the monitoring system. This results in monitors anbsp;...
|Title||:||OBD-II: Functions, Monitors and Diagnostic Techniques|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2010-06-08|