For this month’s resource piece, we are spotlighting the resources archive on Diagnostic Network (Diag.net). The resources archive is a place where technicians share information that can be useful for their peers, everything from known good wave forms and known good sensor data to reference charts and repair procedures. It is an extensive collection of useful reference material and covers a wide range of application areas, make/model details and more.
A quick scan of the last 20 posts shows information related to applications as diverse as how to clear the autopilot camera calibrations and perform a relearn on a Tesla Model 3, know good CAM Crank waveforms for multiple vehicles (2016 Mazda CX5, 2015 Honda CRV, 2012 Dodge Ram 1500, 2004 Nissan Sentra and more), in-cyliinder Compression analysis on a 2014 Ford Focus and much more (all in the last six months). It is a great resource and one worth a bookmark in your browser.
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