This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-126), discusses theory of operation and application of the automotive computer systems used in early 1990s Buicks such as: the BCM (Body Control Module), ECM (Electronic Control Module), and PCM (Powertrain Control Module).
Buick - Driveability Diagonsis 3.0/3.8L and 3300/3800 Series Engines (1993)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-161), discusses the additional driveability diagnosis updates for the 3.0 Liter, 3.8 Liter, 3300 and 3800 series engines for early 90's Buicks. Topics discussed include: stalling, ground connections, ECM input/output, DLC data, cold starting, error codes, intermittent problem troubleshooting and typical driveability Q&As.
Buick - Brake Pulsation/On-Car Rotor Finishing (1988)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-110), discusses resolving brake pulsation and on-car rotor refinishing. Topics covered include: brake theory of operation, how to diagnose and correct brake pulsation, and finally finishing rotors while they're mounted to the vehicle.
Buick -- TEVES MK IV ABS/TCS Diagnostics (1994)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-170/171), discusses the more common diagnostic and repair procedures for the TEVES MARK IV ABS/TCS System in 1991 through 1994 models. Topics include: preliminary visual inspection, wiring harness problems, diagnostic trouble codes, and speed sensors.
Buick - Driveability Diagnosis: Scan Tool Operation & Usage (Part 2)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-146), provides information on using the T100 Scan Tool with 1986 to 1992 model year vehicles. Topics include: T100 updates, online Service Bulletin and technical information search procedures, PROM diagnosis/ replacement, and VSM usage. Also included is a special feature on the Delco Tap-Test procedure for ECM shock testing, and MEM CAL insertion procedure.
Buick - 1997 Park Avenue Overview
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-199), discusses features and benefits for the newly-designed 1997 Park Avenue. Topics covered include: body styling, under-body structure, window sealing, seating, legible instrument panel design, moisture-sensing wiper system, driver information center, and personal choice features.
Buick - Driveability Diagnosis: Component Operation & Testing (1992)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-151), discusses the sound approach to diagnosis and repair of driveability complaints on 1986 and newer fuel injected engines. Topics include: understanding how systems and components work; personal history of what is most likely wrong based on past experience; systematic approach to what you should check first.
Buick - Park Ave Ultra Service Highlights (1989)
This early partial video from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-116), discusses service highlights for the 1989 Park Avenue Ultra sedan. Topics covered include: seat design and control module, and vinyl roof/rear window repair. (Note: video ends somewhat abruptly due to damaged source tape.)
Toyota ECM/TCM Reprogramming
For Camry a'10-11MY (ASV-40L with 2AR-FE Engine) Toyota Motor Sales, USA said: "To improve the shifting performance and smoothness during acceleration, the Engine Control Module (ECM) and Transaxle Control Module (TCM) calibration has been revised" (T-SB-0287-10).
In these video file, shows how the reprogramming (according to TSB) with interface Mongoose MFC by Drew Technologies, Inc.
Take a look the continuation at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTCtDh5U0Rc
SP Diagnostics WASP Demo
The SPi Wireless Automotive Signal Processor connects completely wirelessly to the SPi handset and allows you to measure signals and voltages found on automotive systems within a vehicle. Plug in the SPi to the diagnostics connector in the car, select the Wireless Module function on the handset and press the power button on the Wireless Automotive Signal Processor, the Wireless module is automatically detected. Using the probes provided you can hook up the module to a sensor output or actuator input and see in real time what the signal is doing, this can then be compared with the signal that the ECU is reading or providing using the standard SPi diagnostics. This is all done using a wireless connection to the SPi handset (up to 50m range*), so there is no need to keep running backwards and forwards, needing another pair of hands, someone to help, or trailing wires half way around the vehicle, now you can sit in the car and use the diagnostic handset, whilst the Signal Processor is testing signals under the bonnet.
Measures common signals found on modern vehicles
Connects wirelessly to the SPi handset
Reliable long range connection
Low power indication
USB Connection to a PC for updates
Battery saving auto power off
Frequency, duty cycle and pulse width measurements
Powered by 2 AA batteries
Probe and lead set included
Current measurement via additional current clamp
Buick - ABS Update: ABS VI (1996)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-192), discusses problem-solving techniques for the Delphi Chassis Delco ABS VI System implemented first on the 1992 Skylark/Regal and later on the 1994 Century and other models. Topics covered include the Hydraulic Modulator, EBCM, ABS Diagnostics, and Wheel Speed Sensor concerns.