The ECM – Engine Control Module OR Emissions Control Module?

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The ECM’s number one job is to alert the driver when a vehicle’s emissions being produced have exceeded federal certification by 1.5x or more! Its real name should be the “Emissions Control Module”! 

And when it comes to tailpipe emissions, it’s all about keeping the catalytic converter happy. How? By ensuring that the feed gasses from the engine to the converter are maintained in a very narrow range of Lambda 1.000 +/- .005. To make that happen, the ECM relies on a variety of engine management sensors and actuators. The sensors supply the information the ECM needs to carry out its programming and the actuators are the foot soldiers that do the work commanded by the ECM.

In this special webinar, the last of 2022, Pete Meier and G. Truglia welcome Delphi Senior Instructor Dave Hobbs to the shop. And who better? Delphi is a Tier One supplier of engine management components to the OEMs – they are the parts your customers’ cars came with! Together, we’ll show you how important it is that these systems function as one, and how to test and service the various systems when somebody is out of step. We’ll focus especially on the fuel side of the ECM’s air/fuel management and help you gain a deeper understanding of these high-tech systems work.

Mark the date! November 19, 2022 at 6 p.m. Eastern. This webinar is made available FREE thanks to the sponsorship by our good friends at Delphi!

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Founder/President of TST, G. Jerry Truglia has extensive experience in the automotive field as a technician, service manager, shop owner and technical writer. He is a senior curriculum developer who provides training programs for automotive and truck inspection and repair programs. He has provided on-board diagnostic system, OBDII and automotive training all over the country. He is the owner, curriculum developer and instructor for Automotive Technician Training Services (ATTS) in Mahopac, N.Y.

Pete Meier

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Group Technical Editor and Director of Training, Pete Meier is an ASE certified Master Technician with over 40 years of practical experience as a technician and educator, covering a wide variety of makes and models. He began writing for Motor Age as a contributor in 2006, joined the magazine fulltime as Technical Editor in 2010, and now serves as Group Technical Editor and Director of Training. He is committed to the mission of the magazine to “advance the automotive professional” and provides resources to working techs around the country through print, webcasts, social media and YouTube.

Dave Hobbs

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Delphi Senior Instructor, Dave Hobbs is an ASE master certified technician with more than 40 years of wrenching, technical writing, teaching and OEM tier 1 supplier experience. Dave has worked as a field engineer and electronics systems instructor teaching GM Delco Electronics / Delphi engineers throughout North American and Asia. He is also a contributor to Motor Age Magazine, and has been a technical correspondent for MACS Worldwide (Mobile A/C Society).