The go-to tool when there is no communication with the scan tool. Modern vehicles have roughly 15 to 25 computers all talking to one another on shared circuits. When those circuits fail, the vehicle may exhibit any number of problems.
The EEFF500 is a specialty tool that isolates the problem portion of the affected circuit quickly and easily. It features 12 switchable circuits and LED self-testing. Open circuits show up amber and short circuits show up red for easy detection.
Toyota Echo No Communication Case Study
This is a 2001 Toyota Echo with a no communication problem. You guys have
been asking for one of these and I finally have a good one that goes beyond
a blown fuse for pin 16 of the DLC. Also covered in this video is comparing
the ohmmeter to a voltage drop test and which one is more accurate.
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High speed CAN bus diagnostic resistance check
(Video 1 of4) A demonstration of diagnosing a HS CAN bus fault on a 2005
Chevrolet Cobalt. The car would intermittently begin to shift hard and
erratic, flash the traction control SES lights, and at times steering was
affected. It would set multiple network codes: U2100 in the PCM, TCM,
PSCM, BCM and U2105, U2107 in the PSCM. Car had been to the dealer 4 times
for this issue, they replaced the steering column one time, the TCM another
time and usually just returned the car "unable to duplicate". Going back
to basic network diagnostics I discovered this issue. Prior to the video,
the terminals in question have been checked per the recommended GM
procedures of grip testing and verifying the connector crimps.
EEFF500 Data Circuit Fault Finder Promotional Video
The go-to tool when there is no communication with the scan tool. Modern
vehicles have roughly 15 to 25 computers all talking to one another on
shared circuits. When those circuits fail, the vehicle may exhibit any
number of problems.
The EEFF500 is a specialty tool that isolates the problem portion of the
affected circuit quickly and easily. It features 12 switchable circuits and
LED self-testing. Open circuits show up amber and short circuits show up
red for easy detection.
Smoke testing for codes P0171 P0174
These two codes mean a V style engine is running lean on both banks. So
you have to be thinking - what can make both banks run lean. Here's how
to make this task simple with a smoke machine.
A look at the Verdict D7 Tablet with S3 Scanner and M2 Scope. So many have
said the scanner was slow and would freeze up, etc, This my first time
video, I wanted to let some know that mine seems to work quickly. This was
taken with a HTC Cell phone so the video isn't the best, as soon as I get
something better later I will remake this one for you. I just wanted to
share my experience for now.
Snap-on VS Wright Tool (Flank Drive Plus VS WrightGRIP)
Get a set of WrightGRIP wrenches at Amazon --
www.GBToolsnz.com contacted me a while back to see if I would like to re-do
my original WrightGRIP wrench video, where I compared the WrightGRIP to a
Craftsman, Gearwrench, & SK wrench. In that video they all failed except
for the WrightGRIP.
Both of these wrenches (Wright & Snap-on) are made 100% in the USA, and are
very comparable in weight, performance, and quality. The Snap-on is
slightly longer (by about 3/4") & it has a 15 degree offset on the boxed
end VS around a 7-8 degree offset with the WrightGRIP.
I personally think it boils down to brand preference with these wrenches,
but you may want to take into account the offset on the boxed end, as well
as the length that you prefer.
*** I used the satin finish WrightGRIP wrench for this demonstration, but
Wright does offer the identical wrench in full polish if that is your
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Modis Ultra is the newest member in the Snap On tools diagnostic family.
Thinner and faster it has a
2-channel scope trouble shooter tips, a lithium battery and many more