Lab Scope Testing
A lab scope is a great tool that can tell you for sure if a part is good or bad. But you have to know how to set it up and use it. This is one in a series of new lab scope videos. How to use it to test a fuel pump circuit.
Labscope testing a cooling fan motor
If you suspect the cooling fan motor is bad, you can use your labscope to confrim it just like you would a fuel pump. After all, they are both electric motors. All you have to do is isolate the circuit and use a low amp current probe.
Ford Taurus Cam Sensor Problems
This is a common problem on Ford systems that use this style of camshaft sensor. In particular the 3.0 and 3.8L engines.
How to check for a jumped timing chain or belt
This video can be used to support Section 1 pages 17-23 in my ebook.
The method of timing verification shown in this video can be used on any car. Even on old school, non-computer controlled systems. I am also showing in this video how to properly align the timing chains on a 2003 Suzuki Aerio 2.0,
No code misfire
So you have a car with a clear misfire but there are no codes. Don't worry, you can still use your scanner & labscope to quickly and accurately identify the problem and fix it with confidence without throwing parts at it.
BMW 3 Series (E46) 1999-2005 - Exhaust camshaft position sensor testing P0369 DIY, how to diagnose
In this video, Bentley Publishers technical editors Charles Burke and Nick Czerula illustrate how to test the Exhaust camshaft position sensor on a 2001 - 2005 BMW 3 Series (E46) with an M54 engine. The vehicle had a P0369 stored. For more information on Bentley Publishers line of BMW technical manuals, visit http://www.bentleypublishers.com/
Thank you to our friends at Autologic for the use of the Autologic BMW scan tool. www.autologic.us