Engine Management Systems – Self Study Program 841003


Engine Management Systems - Self Study Program 841003 PDF

The origins of Volkswagen engine development can be traced back to a 1912 horizontally- opposed air-cooled overhead valve aircraft engine designed and built by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche in Austria. This great-grandfather of the air-cooled Volkswagen engine shared the same operating principles as the most modern 5 valve per cylinder watercooled automotive engine.

Both engines are four-stroke reciprocating internal combustion engines and, although a direct comparison cannot be made, the basic operating principles remain the same.

Technology moved the four-stroke engine from magnetos and carburetors, to ignition coils, points, distributors, mechanical fuel injection, hydraulic fuel injection, electronic ignition, electronic fuel injection, and finally to the combined fuel and ignition control of the most modern Motronic engine management systems.

Motronic engine management systems use electronics to precisely monitor and control every aspect of engine operation, thereby improving efficiency, power, and driveability, while at the same time reducing fuel consumption
and tailpipe emissions.

CONTENTS

Introduction

  • Course goals

Principles of engine operation

  • Basic four-stroke principle
  • Gasoline properties
  • Air/fuel mixture formation
  • Fuel system, overview
  • Evolution of Engine Management Systems
  • Ignition system, overview
  • Emissions system, overview
  • Three-way Catalytic Converter, overview
  • On Board Diagnostics
  • Review

Review

  • K-Jetronic/CIS
  • K-Jetronic with Lambda control
  • KE-Jetronic/CIS-E
  • KE-Motronic/CIS-E Motronic

Digifant System Overview

  • System description
  • Inputs/Outputs – Digifant II
  • Additional systems
  • On Board Diagnostics
  • Summary
  • Review
  • Notes

Motronic M2.9 Overview

  • System description
  • Inputs/Outputs – Motronic M2.9
  • On-Board Diagnostics
  • Signal usage

Motronic M2.9 Component Summary

  • Fuel system components
  • Engine Control Module (ECM) J220
  • Input sensors
  • Actuators (outputs)
  • Review

Mono-Motronic System Overview

  • System Description
  • Inputs/Outputs
  • Additional Systems
  • On Board Diagnostics
  • Summary

OBD-II Overview

  • Background
  • OBD-II
  • OBD-II Function
  • Diagnostic Trouble Codes
  • Readiness Codes
  • Summary

Motronic M5.9 Overview

  • System Description
  • Input/Outputs – Motronic M5.9
  • Additional Systems
  • VR-6 system overview
  • Inputs/Outputs – Motronic M5.9.2
  • 1.8 liter turbo, system overview

Motronic M5.9 Component Differences

  • Engine Control Module J220
  • Combined Sensors/Actuators
  • Input sensors
  • Actuators (outputs)

Motronic M5.9.2 Component Differences

  • Engine Control Module J220
  • Input Sensors
  • Heated Oxygen Sensors
  • Actuators (outputs)
  • Review

Motronic ME 7

  • Pathways
  • Components of Motronic ME 7
  • Electronic throttle control
  • Review

Level one course preparation

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Volkswagen Electronic Service Information System (VESIS) navigation
  • Volkswagen HELP line/Tech-tip line
  • Diagnostic and Special Tools
  • Review questions
  • Suggested reading and reference

Volkswagen Engine Management Systems Teletest

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 148
Size: 22 Mb
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