This outstanding text offers a comprehensive understanding of automotive electricity and electronics. The student learns about electrical and electronic systems as they are outlined in the ASE tests. Details on electrical components, circuit diagrams, OBD II Systems, digital storage oscilloscopes, lab scopes and automatic restraint systems are covered. The unique two-book format presents theory and practice with ample cross-references to increase learning and retention.On 1988 and newer model vehicles, the diagnostic or trouble codes are displayed by the MIL on the instrument panel. Since 1994, Ford has equipped some models with the EEC-V system, which is an OBD-II compliant system. ... Methods of reading on-board diagnostic data and troubleshooting the systems can vary greatly between manufacturers and between model lines and years of the sameanbsp;...
|Title||:||Automotive Electricity and Electronics|
|Author||:||Barry Hollembeak, Jack Erjavec|
|Publisher||:||Delmar - 1997-01-01|