In this tech tip, instructor Bill Fulton gives you a quick modern day tech tip that you don’t see on their scan tool. It’s called Lambda. This is what we call the corrected air-fuel ratio. He discusses Lambda, how it differs from manufacturer to manufacture, and what numbers to look for.
C.A.N. compliant systems have allowed modes 1 through 9 to be even more precise, quicker, and greatly enhanced than the non-C.A.N. compliant systems. Test your knowledge of testing procedures and what to look for with your C.A.N. compliant scanner with our 5 question quiz. [QUIZZIN 10]
In this tech tip clip instructor Bill Fulton presents some need to know info on the Chrysler NGC PCM’s introduced in 2003. He talks about the fact that there are two different manufacturers for these computers and some issues related to interchangeability.
In this video Tip Clip Bill Fulton presents several hands on test you can quickly and easily perform when diagnosing GM Pass Key antitheft issues and problems. Watch this video and learn to use your multimeter to check and diagnose the various components of the antitheft system.
A 2003 Chevy Trailblazer with a rough idle condition comes in for repair with variable cam timing engine with P0106 and P0017 codes. Bill Fulton goes into detail talking about these codes, the conditions that can causes them, and how to complete your diagnostics by using your scope to accurately interpret the related data you get from the scan tool as well as your scope.
In this excerpt, Bill Fulton current ramps the fuel pump on a high-mileage 2004 Dodge Status with P0300 and P0171 codes. In doing so, he determines whether there is a weak fuel supply or a bad pump. Watch Now.