Automotive Fuels and Emissions

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Cengage Learning, Dec 8, 2004 - Automobiles - 408 pages
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Theory, diagnostics, and service procedures for automotive fuel and emission systems are spotlighted in this newest Classroom and Shop Manual set to join the popular Today's Technician Series. Experienced author Barry Hollembeak enhances the reader's understanding of present-day automotive fuels and emission systems by covering the theories and procedures that underpin ASE high priority skills. The Classroom Manual builds upon facts and theories, while the Shop Manual, through performance-based objectives, helps readers acquire diagnostic and repair competency. Both manuals are tightly correlated with corresponding chapters and cross-references so that readers can make a sound connection between theoretical concepts and practical skills.
  

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Contents

Safety
1
Automotive Fuels
17
Introduction to the Computer
43
Fuel Delivery Sysetems
143
Onboard Diagnostics Second Generation OBD II
253
Glossary
363
Index
381
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About the author (2004)

Barry Hollembeak has been involved in the automotive repair industry for nearly 40 years and has provided instruction to dealership technicians for the past 20 years as a technical trainer. 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 as a technician, he became an instructor and author, teaching automotive technology at the post-secondary level for five years and serving as director of education for two years. Hollembeak then entered into manufacturer training. He is a Master and Advanced Engine Performance Certified Technician with ASE and is a member of the Colorado Automotive Teachers Society. Hollembeak is involved with the College Automotive Program, AYES and SkillsUSA and has been a guest speaker for NATEF, CATS, and several other organizations.

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