Connect with us


Free Webinar: Scope Basics For Spark, Fuel And Timing

In this live training session, we show how to use a scope for quick diagnostics of sensors under the hood of the vehicle. With this knowledge, you will be able to come to a diagnosis faster with less time-consuming disassembly. ASE-certified technician Andrew Markel demystifies the scope, and what it can do for a technician when they have to make the diagnostic call.

Click Here to Read More
  • How can a current clamp be used to test compression?
  • What probes can be used to determine if there is spark and fuel?
  • How do I connect to a circuit to cause the least amount of damage?
  • What are the procedures for capturing a camshaft and crankshaft position sensor waveform?
  • What should you look for when purchasing a scope?
  • Why don’t my waveforms look like those I see online?

Instructors: You are encouraged to send a link to this webinar to your students. Registration is completely free and everyone should register separately to ensure the best experience. Copy and paste the following URL:

Click to comment

Loading Post...

Loading Post...

Loading Post...



Service Advisor: ABS Bleeding Procedures for Common GM Vehicles

Service Advisor – What does SAE 10W-30 actually mean?


Keeping the 3.5 Alive – Service Notes for Chrysler’s V6 Engine

Living Under the Hood: Diagnosing Central Port Fuel Injection