Fuel and Emissions Systems

System Descriptions (cont'd)

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ECM/PCM Data (cont'd)

Data Description Operating Value Freeze Data
Fuel System Status Fuel system status is indicated as ''open'' or ''closed''.

Closed: Based on the HO2S output, the ECM/PCM determines the air/fuel ratio and controls the amount of injected fuel.

Open: ignoring HO2S output, the ECM/PCM refers to signals from the Throttle Position (TP), Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP), Intake Air Temperature (IAT), Barometric Pressure (BARO) and Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensors to control the amount of injected fuel.

At idle speed: closed YES
Short Term Fuel Trim The air/fuel ratio correction coefficient for correcting the amount of injected fuel when the Fuel System Status is ''closed". When the ratio is leaner than the stoichiometric ratio, the ECM/PCM increases short term fuel trim gradually, and the amount of injected fuel increases. The air/fuel ratio gradually gets richer, causing a lower oxygen content in the exhaust gas. Consequently, the short term fuel trim is lowered, and the ECM/PCM reduces the amount of injected fuel.

This cycle keeps the air/fuel ratio close to the stoichiometric ratio when in closed loop status.

0.6-1.5 YES
Long Term Fuel Trim Long term fuel trim is computed from short term fuel trim and indicates changes occurring in the fuel supply system over a long period.

If long term fuel trim is higher than 1.00, the amount of injected fuel must be increased. If it is lower than 1.00, the amount of injected fuel must be reduced.

0.8-1.2 YES
Intake Air Temperature (IAT) The IAT sensor converts intake air temperature into voltage and signals the ECM/PCM. When intake air temperature is low, the internal resistance of the sensor increases and the voltage signal is higher. With cold engine:

Same as ambient temperature and ECT

YES
Throttle Position Based on the accelerator pedal position, the opening angle of the throttle valve is indicated. At idle speed:

about 10 %

YES
Ignition Timing Ignition timing is the ignition advance angle set by the ECM/PCM. The ECM/PCM matches ignition timing to the driving conditions. At idle speed: 8°+

BTDC when the SCS short connector is connected

NO