One of the greatest things to ever occur in the automotive world was the invention of computer controlled electronic fuel injection (EFI) systems for passenger cars and light trucks. While many automotive technicians and car owners are intimidated by the possibility of diagnosing, repairing, and even maintaining these complex fuel delivery systems, once we learn a bit about them, they can be much easier and simpler than older carbureted vehicles.


Modern OBD-II computerized engine control and fuel delivery systems can communicate with technicians, making us aware of conditions which are beyond our field of vision and analyze failure data which occurred in a fraction of an instant, hours, days, and even months prior. (more…)

One of the greatest things to ever occur in the automotive world was the invention of computer controlled electronic fuel injection (EFI) systems for passenger cars and light trucks. While many automotive technicians and car owners are intimidated by the possibility of diagnosing, repairing, and even maintaining these complex fuel delivery systems, once we learn a bit about them, they can be much easier and simpler than older carbureted vehicles.

Modern OBD-II computerized engine control and fuel delivery systems can communicate with technicians, making us aware of conditions which are beyond our field of vision and analyze failure data which occurred in a fraction of an instant, hours, days, and even months prior. (more…)