Category Archives for EOBD

Fault logging and storing

A fault occurring for the first time is labeled in the freeze frame data as a suspected fault (pending code) and is stored in the data memory. If the fault is not confirmed in the next check, it is erased. … Continue reading

30. July 2018 by sam
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MIL (Malfunction Indicator Lamp)

The MIL is located in the instrument cluster and shows an engine icon (international standard). The MIL warns the driver that the EOBD system has detected an emissions-related fault in a component or system. If an emissions-related fault is detected … Continue reading

30. July 2018 by sam
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EOBD

The EOBD system does not use any additional sensors or actuators to individually measure pollutants in the exhaust emissions. The EOBD system is integrated into the software of the PCM and uses the existing sensors and actuators of the engine … Continue reading

30. July 2018 by sam
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