Job Description Design, validate, and maintain on-board diagnostics (OBD-II) for gasoline engine controls. This is a design and development opportunity for an individual interested in engineering OBD-II software features. OBD-II is organized into major diagnostic monitors such as adaptive fuel, catalyst, evaporative system, misfire, EGR/VCT, O2 sensors, and comprehensive components monitors. The introduction of new product technologies and more stringent government regulations combine to provide the motivation for evermore challenging OBD worldwide.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, SME and/or BS-Computer Science/Engineering
3+ years developing or integrating PT diagnostics
Experience developing embedded control algorithms (C/C++)
Expertise in use of calibration development tools
Familiarity with and access to Ford Motor Company test facilities
Perform Vehicle, Dyno & Software Debugging
Knowledge of Government Regulations (CARB), Industry Standards (e.g. J1979), and FMC specifications (e.g. GGDS)
The distance between imagination and … creation. It can be measured in years of innovation, or in moments of brilliance. When you join the Ford team discover all the benefits, rewards and development opportunities you’d expect from a diverse global leader. You’ll become part of a team that is already leading the way, with ingenious solutions and attainable products – and it is always ready to go further.
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