Integrated Powertrain Diagnostic System: Linking On- and Off-Board Diagnostic Strategies

Paper #:
  • 960621

Published:
  • 1996-02-01
Citation:
Soliman, A., Rizzoni, G., and Krishnaswami, V., "Integrated Powertrain Diagnostic System: Linking On- and Off-Board Diagnostic Strategies," SAE Technical Paper 960621, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960621.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
A number of automotive diagnostic equipment and procedures have evolved over the last two decades, leading to two generations of on-board diagnostic requirements (OBDI and OBDII), increasing the number of components and systems to be monitored by the diagnostic tools. The goal of On-Board Diagnostic is to alert the driver to the presence of a malfunction of the emission control system, and to identify the location of the problem in order to assist mechanics in properly performing repairs.The aim of this paper is to suggest a methodology for the development of an Integrated Powertrain Diagnostic System (EPDS) that can combine the information supplied by conventional tailpipe inspection programs with onboard diagnostics to provide fast and reliable diagnosis of malfunctions.
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