Synopses & Reviews
This newest addition to the TechOne Series provides expert coverage of the theory, diagnosis, and repair for today's modern fuel and emission system designs. Topics covered include OBD-II, alternative fuel vehicles, and I/M 240 diagnostics and testing. Computer systems, fuel delivery, and fuel system principles are also discussed in detail.
About the Author
Barry Hollembeak has been involved in the automotive repair industry for over thirty years and has been a technical trainer providing instruction to dealership technicians for the past sixteen years. Mr. Hollembeak entered the automotive technology field in 1974 as a service technician, working in both fleet and independent repair shops before opening his own repair facility. After selling his business and retiring from being a technician, Mr. Hollembeak became a teacher and author. He taught post-secondary education automotive technology for five years and became Director of Education for the next two years. Mr. Hollembeak then entered into manufacturer training. He is a Master and Advanced Engine Performance Certified Technician with ASE and is also a member of the Colorado Automotive Teachers Society. Mr. Hollenbeak is involved with the College Automotive Program, AYES and SkillsUSA and has been a guest speaker for NATEF, CATS and several other organizations.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Safe Work Practices Chapter 2 Common Hand Tools Chapter 3 Special Tools and Equipment Chapter 4 Electrical Test Equipment Chapter 5 Working as a Fuels and Emissions Technician Chapter 6 - Basics of Engine Operation Chapter 7 - Engine Performance Testing Chapter 8 - Electrical and Electronic Theories Chapter 9 - Electrical Diagnosis Chapter 10 - Automotive Fuels Chapter 11 - Alternative Fuels Chapter 12 - Basic Fuel Testing Chapter 13 - Fuel Tanks Chapter 14 - Fuel Tank Service Chapter 15 - Fuel Pumps and Lines Chapter 16 - Fuel Filter and Fuel Line Service Chapter 17 - Electric Fuel Pump Circuits Chapter 18 - Fuel Pump Diagnosis and Repair Chapter 19 - The Importance Of The Air/Fuel Ratio Chapter 20 - Adaptive Memory Chapter 21 - Fuel Injection Systems Chapter 22 - Diagnosing Electronic Fuel Injection Systems Chapter 23 - Input Sensor Diagnosis and Service Chapter 24 - Injector Testing and Service Chapter 25 - Diagnostic Trouble Code Retrieval Chapter 26 - Basic Distributor and Electronic Ignition Systems Chapter 27 - Ignition Diagnosis Chapter 28 - Oscilloscope Testing Chapter 29 - Diagnosing with an Engine Analyzer Chapter 30 - Component Testing Chapter 31 - Ignition System Service Chapter 32- Computer Controlled Electronic Ignition Chapter 33 - Computer Controlled Electronic Ignition Diagnosis and Service Chapter 34 - Emissions and the Automotive Industry Chapter 35 - Pre and Post Combustion Controls Chapter 36 - Exhaust Analyzer Operation Chapter 37- Diagnosing The Emission System Chapter 38 - Introduction to OBD II Chapter 39 - DaimlerChrysler OBD II Chapter 40 - DaimlerChrysler OBD II with Next Generation Controller Chapter 41 - General Motors OBD II Chapter 42 - Ford OBD II Chapter 43 - Import OBD II Chapter 44 - Introduction to OBD II Diagnostics Chapter 45 - OBD II Diagnostics - Drive Cycles Chapter 46 - EVAP Leak Diagnosis Chapter 47 - Classification of I/M Programs Chapter 48 - I/M240 Diagnostics Chapter 49 - Alternative Fuel Vehicles Chapter 50 - Alternate Fuel System Service Chapter 51 - CNG Electrical Component Diagnostics and Service Chapter 52 - Vehicles With Alternate Power Sources Glossary