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Back to Basics: The Winter Edition
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Back to Basics: The Winter Edition

With the drop in temperatures, winter brings on a major increase in the incidence of starting and charging system issues. This is often due to the cold exposing battery weakness […]

ES5000 Mountain Rescue
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ES5000 Mountain Rescue

“Well, I work for a very large family owned cable TV company as a construction supervisor. I received a call from a crew leader stating that, not only was the […]

Battery Service Fact or Fiction –  Setting the Record Straight
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Battery Service Fact or Fiction – Setting the Record Straight

We receive many calls and emails, along with forum posts, posing questions related to the use of jump starters, chargers, and the entire range of products we produce. Many of […]

Managing the Nissan Leaf Battery
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Managing the Nissan Leaf Battery

In this month’s spotlight, Jack from California provides tips related to service of the Nissan Leaf battery and battery management system. His post is very instructive and thorough, noting for […]

Tampered CAN Networks Can Cause Trouble
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Tampered CAN Networks Can Cause Trouble

This month’s iATN spotlight hits on two common topics we frequently see in technical articles and on iATN: communication network issues causing no-start or intermittent start situations and the tendency […]

A Practical Guide to Today’s Batteries and Charging Systems
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A Practical Guide to Today’s Batteries and Charging Systems

By Albin Moore This month, we feature a second in a series of guest articles written by Mr. Albin Moore. Mr. Moore is owner of Big Wrench Repair, an ASE […]

Optimal Battery Maintenance
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Optimal Battery Maintenance

Combining fully automatic operation and the ability to properly maintain the different batteries found in almost any car, truck, SUV, ATV, motorcycle, boat, lawn and garden or personal watercraft application, […]

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iATN – Approaches to Solder Joints

Here’s a great post by Andrew from Utah that illustrates the depth and breadth of information and resources to be found on iATN. In it, Andrew compares the various approaches […]