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douglas.evans - Feb 16 2015 09:13 AM
Diagnosis is more than just following a series of interrelated steps in order to find the solution to a specific condition. It is a way of looking at systems that are not functioning the way they should and finding out why. Also, it is knowing how the system should work and whether it is working correctly.
Anybody looking to increase their understanding of electrical troubleshooting needs to purchase this book. Fundamental Electrical Troubleshooting by Dan Sullivan. It is a very straight forward book that makes electrical troubleshooting very simple. The...
There are hundreds of color-coded wires on every vehicle, some of them carrying loads, but many more conductors these days are carrying delicate signals that require almost no current at all through tiny little wires. View the full article
The most expensive fuses on the vehicle are any one of the several dozen computers found on a modern automobile. What happens when they replace the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and the problem doesn’t go away? View the full article