Computerized Engine Control: 1998 Update
Computerized Engine Controls, 5E: 1998 Update to the Fifth Edition explores the many ways in which computers affect the driveability, performance, fuel economy and emissions quality of today's vehicles. By referencing the fundamentals of electricity and computers, this text illustrates how to systematically apply the information to products of virtually all automobile manufacturers. Each chapter contains real-world examples of applications of the information presented, selected lists of technical terms introduced, diagnostic exercises and review questions.
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