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Scan Tool Data Definitions
COOLANT TEMP (ENGINE COOLANT
TEMPERATURE, °C, °F)
It is detected by engine coolant temp. sensor.
INTAKE AIR TEMP. (°C, °F)
It is detected by intake air temp. sensor.
ENGINE SPEED (rpm)
It is computed by reference pulses from the camshaft
position sensor.
DESIRED IDLE (DESIRED IDLE SPEED, rpm)
The Desired Idle Speed is an ECM internal parameter
which indicates the ECM requested idle. If the engine is
not running, this number is not valid.
MAF (MASS AIR FLOW RATE, g/s, lb/min.)
It represents total mass of air entering intake manifold
which is measured by mass air flow sensor.
CALC LOAD (CALCULATED LOAD VALUE, %)
Engine load displayed as a percentage of maximum
possible load. Value is calculated mathematically using
the formula: actual (current) intake air volume ÷
maximum possible intake air volume × 100%
MAP (MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE, in.Hg,
kPa)
This value indicates how much correction is necessary
to keep the air/fuel mixture stoichiometrical.
It is detected by manifold absolute pressure sensor.
THROTTLE POS (RELATIVE THROTTLE POSITION,
%)
When throttle position sensor is at fully closed position,
throttle opening is indicated as 0 – 12% and 90 – 100%
full open position.
BAROMETRIC PRESS (kPa, in.Hg)
This parameter represents a measurement of barometric
air pressure and is used for altitude correction of the fuel
injection quantity.
FUEL TANK LEVEL (%)
This parameter indicates approximate fuel level in fuel
tank. As detectable range of fuel level sensor is set as 0
to 100%, however, with some models whose fuel tank
capacity is smaller, indicated fuel level may be only 70%
even when fuel tank is full.
BATTERY VOLTAGE (V)
This parameter indicates battery positive voltage
inputted from main relay to ECM.
BRAKE SW (ON/OFF)
This parameter indicates the state of the brake switch.
Engine General Information and Diagnosis:
FUEL SYSTEM B1 (FUEL SYSTEM STATUS)
Air/fuel ratio feedback loop status displayed as one of
the followings.
OPEN: Open-loop has not yet satisfied conditions to go
closed loop.
CLOSED: Closed-loop using oxygen sensor(s) as
feedback for fuel control.
OPEN-DRIVE COND: Open-loop due to driving
conditions (Power enrichment, etc.).
OPEN SYS FAULT: Open-loop due to detected system
fault.
O2S SENSOR B1 S1 (HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR-1,
V)
It indicates output voltage of HO2S-1 installed on
exhaust manifold (pre-catalyst.)
O2S SENSOR B1 S2 (HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR-2,
V)
It indicates output voltage of HO2S-2 installed on
exhaust pipe (post-catalyst). It is used to detect catalyst
deterioration.
SHORT FT B1 (SHORT TERM FUEL TRIM, %)
Short term fuel trim value represents short term
corrections to the air/fuel mixture computation. A value
of 0 indicates no correction, a value greater than 0
means an enrichment correction, and a value less than 0
implies an enleanment correction.
LONG FT B1 (LONG TERM FUEL TRIM, %)
Long term fuel trim value represents long term
corrections to the air/fuel mixture computation. A value
of 0 indicates no correction, a value greater than 0
means an enrichment correction, and a value less than 0
implies an enleanment correction.
TOTAL FUEL TRIM B1 (%)
The value of Total Fuel Trim is obtained by calculating
based on values of Short Term Fuel Trim and Long Term
Fuel Trim. This value indicates how much correction is
necessary to keep the air/fuel mixture stoichiometrical.
FUEL CUT (ON/OFF)
ON: Fuel being cut (output signal to injector is stopped)
OFF: Fuel not being cut
O2S B1 S2 ACT (HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR-2,
ACTIVE / INACTIVE)
This parameter indicates activation condition of HO2S-2
ACTIVE: Activating
INACTIVE: warming up or at stop
O2S B1 S1 ACT (HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR-1,
ACTIVE / INACTIVE)
This parameter indicates activation condition of HO2S-1
ACTIVE: Activating
INACTIVE: warming up or at stop
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