DETROIT – Automotive suppliers have for a couple of years espoused the potential for electronically driven and controlled engine cooling systems, although a full-blown "smart" cooling system has yet to reach production. Dana’s electric-powered “boost support” oil pump At the 2002 Convergence here, Dana Corp. is promoting another electronic improvement for engine control: an "intelligent" lubrication system. Dana engineers say by taking today’s typical engine oil pump and ...

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