Secondary Air Injection System
Depending on the model, the air can be injected at one or more locations. Early systems used a belt-driven pump with air being directed by vacuum-operated switching valves. Newer vehicles use an electric pump and if needed, computer-controlled switching valves.
Key Component - Power Train Control Module
The power train or engine control module is a powerful computer that manages the engine’s ignition, fuel injection, and emission systems. In some vehicles, it may also control the operation of the automatic transmission and the anti-lock brake system. More >>
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