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Most technicians rely on their personal scan tools, but not all scan tools can be reliable. What do you do when a customer comes in and you pull out your scan tool or multimeter and no codes are present? Take our quick quiz to test your skills on diagnosing intermittent driveability problems without a scan tool!

The first thing to know about solving intermittent problems is that the “Check Engine (MIL) Light” will not come on until the failure has happened 1 ½ times the FTP standards.



Manufacturers write the diagnostic flow charts based on the use of certain equipment. What equipment are those flow charts typically based on?




Pinpoint voltage checks are an important part of diagnosing intermittent problems.



Forward bias differs from Reverse bias when referring to relays power and ground controls. Which is which?





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These quiz questions come from the 170 minute training program with Instructor Bill Fulon. Coming soon from Automotive Video! "



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