Automotive systems . By: Salvador Madrigal. Electrical System. Ignition systems Starting systems Charging systems Lighting systems . Ignition System. System for igniting the fuel mixture Breaker point(1910-early1970) Electronic(1970-1990) Distributorless (1980-now). Starting System.
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By: Salvador Madrigal
System for igniting the fuel mixture
Power source used to provide the initial rotation to start large gas turbine engine
Replace electrical energy drawn from the battery during system starting operation
Consists of the components that operate a vehicle’s interior and exterior lights ( fuses, wires, switches, relays, etc.)
Diesel injection Systems
Fuel injection systems
Emission Control Systems
Carburetor Fuel Systems
1. in-line (I4, L4)
3.Oppossed (vw’s, Porsche)
2. V-type(v6, v8, v10)
Used to guide exhaust gases away from a controlled combustion inside an engine
Maintains a constant engine operating temperature. There are two major types of cooling systems.
Air cooling system
Liquid cooling system
Reduces friction and wear between internal engine parts by circulating filtered engine oil to high-friction points in the engine
High pressure mechanical pump spray fuel directly into combustion chamber
Primarily a mechanical system that forces diesel fuel(not gasoline) directly into the combustion chamber(1990-now)
TBI(Throttle Body inj.) mid 1990-2000
MPI (Multi-port inj.)mid 1990-now
Uses engine vacuum (suction) to draw fuel to the engine
Used to reduce the amount of toxic(poisonous) substances produced by an engine
Produces friction to slow or stop the vehicle
Transfers turning force from the engine crankshaft to the drive wheels
Allows the driver to control vehicle direction by turning the wheel right or left
Vehicles do not have a driveshaft or a rear drive axle assembly. The complete drive train is in the front of the vehicle
The drive shafts sends power to the rear axle assembly. The rear axle assembly contains the differential and two axles that turn the rear drive wheels. Drive train and suspension interact.
Uses electronic and electrical devices to monitor and control various systems in the vehicle, including the fuel, ignition, drive train, safety, and security system
Includes the air conditioner, sound system, power seats, power windows, and rear window de-fogger
Includes seat-belts, air-bags, and security systems various safety systems are used on modern vehicles to protect both the driver and the passenger.