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Starter Basics

Whether you are just starting out as a tech or you are a shop owner looking for automotive training, everyone in this profession needs to know the basics.

Whether you are just starting out as an automotive service technician, you need to refresh your memory, or you are a shop owner looking for automotive training for your techs, everyone in this profession needs to know and remember the basics. That is why this course goes back to the fundamentals of starter system testing.

David Hobbs reviews how starter motors work, solenoid operation, and types of starters and how they differ. He also provides an explanation of internal starter motor circuitry and starter testing on a vehicle by using a VAT 40.

The electrical system is an extremely important component in every vehicle and the diagnosis of many issues often begins with this system. Have you mastered all of the fundamentals of the starting system and the rest of the electrical system? If not then this is the class for you.

  • Neutral switch testing
  • Bench testing a starter using a DVOM and a remote starter switch
  • Voltage drop testing on a starter circuit

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