Ford EcoBoost Engine Family
Ford Motor Company has introduced the EcoBoost family of engines for its passenger
vehicles and light truck applications. EcoBoost engines are equipped with gas direct
injection and turbochargers to increase low-end engine torque and high-end engine
This course will highlight the entire family of engines, focusing on the popular EcoBoost
3.5L. We will concentrate on the air injection system, fuel system, coolant system,
turbocharge system and timing chain. Demonstrations will explain how these systems work
and how-to diagnose lack of power concerns using hand tools, scan tool data and an
Modern Alignment and Wheel Balancing with Hunter Engineering
CARS OnDemand presents "Modern Alignment and Wheel Balancing with Hunter Engineering". Special guest Dino Hatz from Hunter, along with CARS' hosts Dom Sgambelluri and Will Carcone provides in-depth expertise on the most current alignment and balancing best practices.
Broadcast live from Hunter's facilities, this presentation demonstrates:
This is an archive of the September 27, 2017 Live Presentation.
Ford J2534 Module Programming
The J2534 interface was designed by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency as the method to flash program vehicle electronic control modules. The device provides independent automotive service facilities with the ability to reprogram an existing ECU for emission related concerns and to program a replacement ECU if it fails without having to purchase a multitude of manufacturer-specific equipment. This course will provide technicians with a step-by-step procedure for programming PCM’s found in Ford vehicles. Demonstrations will also cover how to access current calibration of a vehicle using the Ford website.