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Buick - Electrical Part 3: Automotive Computer Operation (1990)

This video, Part 3 of a three-part video series 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).


 


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Buick -- TEVES MK IV ABS/TCS Diagnostics (1994)
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Buick - Electronic Accessories Encyclopedia (1992)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-153), discusses the "new" computer-controlled accessories on early 90s Buicks. Topics include six computer-driven systems, including how they work, differences between the systems and diagnostic techniques. Systems covered: (1) Auto Door Locks (2) Remote Keyless Entry (3) Universal Theft Deterrent (4) Retained Accessory Power (5) Oil Monitor Module (6) Twilight Sentinel.





Buick - Introduction to OBD II (1998)
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Buick - 1995 Riviera Service Features (1994)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-172), discusses Service Features for the "newly-designed" 1995 Riviera. Topics covered include: structural body design features, door/window design, suspension, Series II Engine, noise isolation, magnetic variable-effort steering, supplemental restraint system, automatic dual-climate control system, and battery location.





Buick - Automatic Climate Control (1991)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-141), discusses Automatic Climate Control systems for early 90's models. Topics covered include: Theory of operation, C68/CJ2 systems, automatic and manual operation, dual-zone climate control, ECON mode, HEATER mode, temp sensors, sunload sensors, programmer, defrost valve, and fault codes.





1957 Buick Roadmaster - Jay Leno's Garage
The boulevard ride - pure Dynaflow Subscribe NOW to Jay Leno's Garage: http://full.sc/JD4OF8 Check out the Official Jay Leno's Garage Site for more: http://JayLenosGarage.com Get more Jay Leno's Garage: Follow Jay: http://Twitter.com/LenosGarage Like Jay: http://Facebook.com/JayLenosGarage Get more NBC: NBC YouTube: http://full.sc/MtLxIM NBC Facebook: http://facebook.com/NBC NBC Twitter: http://twitter.com/NBC NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC/posts Tonight Show host Jay Leno explores his passion for all things on wheels in this Emmy Award-winning web series. 1957 Buick Roadmaster - Jay Leno's Garage http://www.youtube.com/user/jaylenosgarage





Checking Computer Data Link (OBD-2)
Checking Data Link 96-Up (OBD-2)for common problems.





Megafactories: Toyota Australia Chapter 1
http://natgeotv.com.au/tv/megafactories-toyota-australia/ 150,000 Vehicles Per Annum Production Capacity 2,500 Team Members 50 Years Australian Manufacturing 7 Astounding Plants 1 Toyota Megafactory After manufacturing vehicles in Australia for 50 years, it's no surprise Toyota has grown to be Australia's leading automotive company. Toyota Australia has just revealed a new state-of-the-art engine plant built to produce AR hybrid engines for local and export markets, one of only five engine plants of its kind. But getting there was no mean feat - and National Geographic Channel was there to capture the journey. The National Geographic Channel reveals the science, technology and behind-the-scenes stories that have enabled the company to produce some of the most innovative vehicles in the world. From the drawing board to the open road, witness as a stunning transformation takes place under the hands of skilled technicians, cutting-edge technology and superior craftsmen. Toyota Australia Powertrain Department Manager, Mark Taylor, said "I can honestly say I love my job. I couldn't think of a better place to work and I'm rapt Toyota is featuring on Megafactories." http://tinyurl.com/c6rcy6f : National Geographic Channel airs documentary about Toyota's local car assembly facility Toyota's vehicle manufacturing plant in Altona, west of Melbourne, is the subject of a new episode of National Geographic's Megafactories TV series. The episode in question went to air last night and will be seen again tonight on Foxtel. To date the series has focused on prestige brands or high-volume manufacturing capacity -- among them Lamborghini, Caterpillar, Winnebago, Porsche, John Deere, Harley-Davidson and the Swiss Army Knife. The Altona plant -- actually seven distinct facilities on a 75 hectare site -- is a marvel of vertical integration in a small market, and has been established around an outward-looking (export-driven) business model. 40,000 tonnes of steel are set aside each year for the initial panel stamping, according to Toyota, and engine castings require 600kg of aluminium throughput every 30 minutes. Each of the 100,000 or so cars built each year in Altona represents a parcel of 13,000 parts and 1.7km of wiring. The 2500 workers in the plant carry out 237 separate processes to create a car from an amalgam of components -- and the human workers are complemented by the 280 welding robots that call the plant home. But what makes the Altona plant special is the place it occupies in the Toyota world, according to Chris Harrod, Toyota Australia executive director, manufacturing and purchasing. "Australia was the first country in the western world where Toyota made an investment in manufacturing -- a move that played a crucial role in Toyota becoming the world's number one carmaker," he was quoted saying in a press release. "Building cars in Australia exposed the Japanese company to a vastly different culture and enabled it to learn many lessons that underpinned global success as it moved into the United States and Europe. "Today, Toyota is the leading automotive company in the world and we have been the top-selling car company in Australia for the past decade. "In addition, we are the only vehicle manufacturer in Australia building a hybrid car and late last year we opened a new engine plant at Altona, one of only five of its kind in the world. The documentary "provides an inside view of the Toyota world most people will never see first-hand - the innovation and technology behind our Altona 'megafactory'," says Harrod. "What's clear is the passion and the commitment of everyone involved in producing Camry, Camry Hybrid, Aurion and four-cylinder engines for local and export customers."





How to Reset the ECM
After watching the Smack resetting the ECM and getting a huge increase in mpg, I started looking up how to reset the ECM. There are a few different ways, but they all pretty much say the same thing, just in different ways. The majority of the info I gleaned was from high performance car sites where people add after market parts and need to reset the ECM so their vehicles will adjust to the new equipment and variables. Hopefully this will help us with our cells/systems. BTW I am NOT a mechanic or an electrician - IOW this is for informational purposes only! Use at your own risk cause I am not liable for anything you do. Peace, Steve aka AlmostHydrogen





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.





How to replace a crankshaft sensor on a grand prix gtp
This video is dedicated for the GTP owners that need to do the same crankshaft replacement procedure as I am demonstrating. I hope this video helps anyone out there that needs to tackle such a job and the video also shows that it can all be done with simple tools which in turn will save you time and money.





Buick - Electrical Part 1: Understanding the Circuit (1990)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-124), is Part 1 of a 3-part video series on Electrical Issues. Part 1 covers the "basics" of electricity—Electricity 101 if you will, for the early 90s.





1996 Buick Century Camshaft sensor Install
Changed the sensor, car still miss fires. im starting to think some things going on with the injector but i already changed cylinder 6 but same deal. this is really stumping me.





ECM/PCM Replacement
ECM/PCM Computer Replacement Engine control computers can be complicated and frequently high-priced products. Avoiding unnecessary replacements and warranty returns are important to professional technicians and consumers. Most problems resulting in warranty returns can be avoided by following the proper Before, During, and After installation procedures.





DRIVERLESS CAR - PUTTING YOUR CAR IN CONTROL - BBC NEWS
The road to revolution. We take a look at the hands-free technology that puts your car in control. Soon, parking in a tight spot may be the responsibility of the car's computer systems. David Grossman reports now on a hands-off ride. Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews




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