Snap On Scope class 10/24/2019

We are having a introduction to snap on based scopes. Our last electrical class went very well! We had many request for scope classes. The most request were for Snap On based scopes, classes on other platforms to come in the future. Covering the basics of navigation menus and settings as they apply to Snap On, to getting a wave form on your [...]


Electrical Training

  Hello all! Brian Mann will be instructing a training class on the 26th of September. Pizza and refreshments provided. Bring your meter if you have one, meters will be available for use if you do not bring your own. This class will be a refresher of the basics including some theory and multi meter basics, with a explanation of the way that [...]


Pico helps determine wrong engine installed in vehicle

I had the opportunity to do some training at a shop that had a crank no start on a 2018 Nissan Versa. This vehicle only had 9k on the clock but apparently was a salvage or something of that nature as the dealer would not warranty any repairs. It had a engine and new ECM installed per the dealers recommendation. Our initial testing [...]


2008 Chevy Aveo Timing check by scoping Crank and Cam

It does not take long to scope out a cam and crank signal. This vehicle was running really rough and stalling at times. PCM codes P0300 and P0172.  Fuel trim -25 running rich, timing belt was off. Note that I used the IATN to locate known good and bad patterns. IATN stated that from the rising edge of the CAM signal there should [...]


Pico WPS 500x 1st use

Ok, so I purchased a pressure transducer from Autonerdz.com(great customer service BTW) to complement my Pico Scope. Would you believe I had chance to try out in-cylinder pressure testing within 24 hours of its arrival? wps500x I was thrown a soft ball if you will. 2005 Jeep with a 4.7 misfire, quickly amp ramped the coil = good and tested injector voltage= good [...]


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