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Emerging Technologies. Jim Halderman. Introduction. Former flat-rate technician, business owner, and a professor of automotive technology Author of many automotive textbooks all published by Pearson Prentice Hall Holder of a U.S. Patent for an electronic transmission control device

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Emerging Technologies

Jim Halderman


Introduction

  • Former flat-rate technician, business owner, and a professor of automotive technology

  • Author of many automotive textbooks all published by Pearson Prentice Hall

  • Holder of a U.S. Patent for an electronic transmission control device

  • ASE certified Master Automotive Technician and Advanced Engine Performance (L1) ASE certified.


What was “new” in the 1970s?


Electronic Ignition, Disc Brakes and Unleaded Gas


1980s


Computer-Controlled Carburetors


Beginning of Fuel Injection


1990s


ODB-II and Airbags


2000s


Antilock Braking System (ABS)


Tire Pressure Monitoring System

  • Required on all 2007+ vehicles


Hybrid Electric Vehicles


Electric Power Steering


40% of new vehicles use EPS


Some (Ford Mustang) are variable


2010s

  • Fuel Economy and High Fuel prices are driving the industry


Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI)


Injector squirts into the cylinder


Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)


ETC GM Dash Warning Lights


ETC Ford Dash Warning Lights


ETC Chrysler/Dodge Warning Light


Variable Valve Timing (VVT)


Multiple Displacement Systems


Chevy VOLT


Plug-in Hybrid


Chevrolet VOLT


Smart Phone Interface


FIAT Multiair


Engine Technology


Looks like any four cylinder


Four Cylinder 1.4 liter


Intake Valves Opened by Hydraulics


Solenoids Controlled by the PCM


Electronic Stability Control(Required on all new 2012+ vehicles)


Backup Camera(required on all new vehicles by 2014)


Replaceable Fuel Filters(Not allowed after 2014)


Future?

  • Fuel economy standards will increase from 27.5 mpg today to 35.5 mpg by 2016.

  • Fuel economy standards will rise to 54.5 mpg by 2025.


More GDI, VVT and Turbochargers


Alternative Fuels?


More Electric Vehicles (EVs)?


SAE Standardized Electric Plug


How to Stay Updated?

  • KOI –January -Cincinnati

  • MACS-January-Florida or Las Vegas

  • Auto Value –Feb.-Grand Rapids, MI/Chicago

  • VISION–March-Kansas City

  • Show Power-March -Varies

  • Chrysler – August-California/Cincinnati

  • EXCEL–September-St. Louis

  • ATRA-October-Las Vegas

  • SEMA/AAPEX-November-Las Vegas


Summary

  • No one knows what the future will bring

  • Keep the fundamentals in mind

  • Practice using service information

  • Google is my best friend

  • The future is………where we will spend the rest of our lives


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