Air Repair January 2002 3
Presented by: The National Center for Vehicle Emissions Control and Safety
and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
Purpose: Understanding OBD II and it’s implications to the Service & Repair
Industry. The Illinois EPA expects to make OBD II part of the pass/fail
criteria in early 2002.
Topics: Background & history of On-board Diagnostic systems
J1930 terms and terms not covered by J1930
Malfunction Indicator Lamps (MILs)
Elements of an OBD II Inspection
Fail, pass and reject criteria
NCVECS laboratory case studies
On-board Diagnostics Data Link Connector Diagnostic Trouble Code J1930 Key-On Engine-Off
AIR Module Conflict PCM Reprogramming Datastream Output Tests Similar Conditions Window Serial Data Trip Warm-up Cycle Data
Malfuction Indicator Lamp Readiness Status Serial Data Trip Warm-Up Cycle Scan Tool
Adaptive Limit Block Learn Code Set Parameter Drive Cycle Enabling Criteria Functionality Test Leak Detection Pump Monitor Disablers
OBD II Free Seminar
Seating is limited
Reserve your seat Call (847) 758-3434
All technicians must pre-register by phone. No registration at class site.
A Reminder notice will be mailed after registration.
Collinsvile Holiday Inn
1000 Eastport Plaza Drive
January 24, 2002
1 - 5 p.m.
6 - 10 p.m.
Exit I-55 at Illinois route 157 (exit 11). Turn left on 157 north to Eastport Plaza Drive.
Turn left on Eastport Plaza Drive and go about one mile.
Collinsville Granite Rd.
Eastport Plaza Dr.
Belt Line Rd
255 Collinsport Dr.
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