Engine management

The Engine Management System (EMS) is responsible for controlling the amount of fuel being injected and for adjusting the ignition timing. Optimum functioning of the EMS assures maximum engine power, with the lowest amount of exhaust emissions and the lowest fuel consumption.The EMS is comprised of sensors for intake air and coolant temperature, intake manifold absolute pressure and throttle position, as well as sensors for engine speed and signals for the required injection and ignition spark events, and a sensor for information about the oxygen content in the exhaust.

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