Engine Management Systems
Course number: SV10924-11B1
This drivability update course for the professional technician is specific to engine management, input signals, output commands, and control systems.
We’ll cover PCM/ECMs, powertrain sensors, including air, temperature, load, speed, throttle position, and other related input sensors/signals. We’ll also cover the latest information on planar O2 sensors and wideband technology. During this course, we will discuss the characteristics of gasoline types, as well as alcohol-based fuel, and describe how the differences in fuel can affect today’s diagnostics and repair.
Today’s drivability problems are still some of the most difficult problems for technicians to diagnose and pinpoint. Problem symptoms can often point toward multiple items being the possible cause, when in fact it is usually just one malfunctioning component creating the problem. By utilizing the information and diagnostic tips you learn in this course, you can be able to diagnose drivability problems quicker and more accurately.
|Skill Level||Intermediate to advanced|
|Audience||All automotive aftermarket technicians|
|Prerequisites||Basic knowledge of engine management systems|
- Overview of engine management, input signals, output commands, and control systems
- Cover PCM/ECMs, powertrain sensors, including air, temperature, load, speed, throttle position, and other related input sensors/signals
- Learn characteristics of gasoline types and their effects
- Diagnostic tips to diagnose drivability problems quicker and more accurately